Port forwarding not working when connected to ethernet backbone access point.
Port forwarding works when device (iPad) is connected to the main Alien. When connected to the backbone access point there is no connection (port forwarding). Setup is configured as ethernet backbone. I have tried this both backbone and wireless mesh with the same results, works on main not on backbone router. This is not the mesh kit, this is two separate Alien routers. Had no issues on previous system used.
I have searched and found no discussions/concerns about port forwarding when connected to the access point. As another note, the port forwarding rule is a device that is also on the LAN port of the access point.
Any suggestions are welcome. Further details - Blue Iris server using port 8050.
UI-AmpliFi last edited by
Thanks for the reply. What are you referring to? support file generated from the app right after or during issue?
@gombash Never mind. I think I found it. It's downloading now.
mpattyn last edited by
searched and found no discussions/concerns about
I'm having a very similar problem. Interestingly, port forwarding works with the same setup you mentioned, only when I connect from either outside my network (via cellular) or if I am connected to the wifi of the main alien. I cannot connect via port forwarding if I am connected to the 3rd party access point.
gdowling last edited by gdowling
Just to say that I also have this issue.
With the target device connected to a second Router used as a Mesh Point, port forwarding works from outside the network.
From inside the network it only works with devices connected to the main router.
I guess it may be some sort of NAT issue.
I’ve reported this as an issue too.