[arm-allstar] IPV6

Doug Crompton wa3dsp at gmail.com
Fri Jan 18 00:43:06 EST 2019


 If a port is behind NAT you cannot access it unless the owner of the NAT
(router) allows you to by forwarding a port. By design router LAN ports are
isolated from the outside world unless they are authorized. If you don't
have control over the router inbound ports will not work from the Internet.
It does not matter if it is IPV$ or IPV6.

I think I know your situation and if I am right what you should do is set
up a node at your home on the Internet. Forward ports 222 TCP and 4569 UDP
in your router. Setup IAXRPT password if you have not already. Then use
either iaxrpt or zoiper on your phone when you travel or are away from
home. Using this you would be connected to your home node. You could also
setup Echolink at home and use it on your phone to connect assuming where
you want to connect has Echolink. Most hubs and many user nodes have it.

Another option is to use a phone hotspot and a node you take with you. You
do not need any port forwarding to connect out. In this case if you want to
sked with someone who is calling you have them connect to your home node
and you connect to your home node from wherever you are.

*73 Doug*


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On Thu, Jan 17, 2019 at 7:05 PM "Chris Viningre via ARM-allstar" <
arm-allstar at hamvoip.org> wrote:

> If my provider has IPV6 can this be used to access my hidden node from
> behind a NAT?
> Chris Viningre
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