For the web based port checker, as I tested each of the ports, the TCP's would work and were open, but the UDP ports were never open. Along with the web based port checker, I also double checked the ports with the PF Port Checker tool. Same results.
Along with the issue of more than one appliance needing the network, Im not sure how to set a static IP on the westell modem. My ISP (AT&T) wanted $15 a month for a static IP, and I know that can't be right.
When setting up the port forwarding on the modem and enabling each port, it wants to know something about if the port will be left as dynamic or if it will be a Host?
Im only partially listening to their direction and then looking up stuff on my own because they also said my modem was not a router and did not have router capabilities.
Is the PF Port Checker supposed to work with just the computer its downloaded on, or would it be able to test if my PS3 ports are open?
They worked, but it said my router was not able to be pinged -- I know the option within the router login to change that though.
In setting my PS3 as the DMZ server, do I need to disable the SPI firewall or change any of those other settings there?
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