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Re: [GNUnet-developers] nat

From: Kai A. Hiller
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers] nat
Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2019 09:09:39 +0100
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Hello Catonano,

maybe you can get away without UPNP. While some routers have the option to assign the same IP to your PC, yours might not have that option. Alternatively you should be able to turn off DHCP and assign a IP address of your choice *on your PC*. Usually routers hold a range of IP addresses especially reserved for that purpose.

So you might want to try finding out what the address space of static IP addresses of your router is and then configure your PC to use one of these.

Maybe you know that already and it doesn’t solve your problem, but I wanted to drop a quick message in case it might help.

On January 20, 2019 3:51:48 PM GMT+01:00, Catonano <address@hidden> wrote:

Il giorno dom 20 gen 2019 alle ore 15:14 Catonano <address@hidden> ha scritto:

In the file ~/.config/gnunet.conf I wrote this


The upnp command is available and upnp is enabled in the router

but still these 2 lines appear in the output

Jan 20 15:06:20-664904 nat-6787 WARNING upnpc failed to create port mapping
Jan 20 15:06:20-679750 nat-6787 WARNING upnpc failed to create port mapping

is anyone using upnp or are you all configuring the router by hand ?


I'm asking this because in the router I can't find an option to give a static IP to my laptop, I must get an IP through the DHCP service

So I'd have to reconfigure the NAT punching (or port forwarding) every time I get a different IP

I'd prefer having the upnp thing going

Thanks again

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