Help using webmin as home router please

Webmin
donldmn
2013-06-03
2013-10-29
  • donldmn

    donldmn - 2013-06-03

    I have a computer running Ubuntu 13.04 that I use as a media server and to watch videos on with XBMC. I have successfully (kind of) set it up as a home router that gives Internet access to all that are connected to it. I used THIS to accomplish this much. I am now trying to assign static IP addresses using THIS (Starting where it says "Adding and editing fixed hosts ") but I can not figure it out. The biggest problem I have is setting up my VOIP service. I have the OBI100 connected and the MAC address shows up but it does not work. The product support says to "Put your OBi to DMZ on your router's settings and reboot the router" but I don't know how to do this with webmin. I have spent and an unprecedented amount of time on this and to quit now would be awful. I am not really good with networking and am fairly new to Linux (Ubuntu). Any help would really appreciated.

    LINK 1:
    http://www.server-servers.com/homeserver/ubuntu-router-network-gateway/

    LINK 2:
    http://doxfer.webmin.com/Webmin/DHCPServer

    LINK 3:
    http://www.obihai.com/product-primer.html

     
  • donldmn

    donldmn - 2013-06-03

    I kind of figured out the static IP part and I found this:

    In order for your OBi to be able to send packets w/o interruption, please configure your router as follows:

    Allow Outgoing:
    TCP Ports: 6800, 5222, 5223
    UDP Ports: 5060, 5061, 10000 to 11000, 16600 to 16998, 19305
    Allow Incoming on UDP Port: 10000

    Does anyone know how to forward ports on webmin?
    Also does having webmin run on port 10000 interfere with my OBI100? If so can I change it?

     
  • gandolf

    gandolf - 2013-10-29

    i have never seen that feature for server as router. the server is usually the final destination. unless webmin has such a module listed you will probably have to google "server port forwarding". WHY NOT JUST LET A ROUTER DO THAT?

     

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