Port Forwarding

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To be able to access WeatherCat from outside your local network, you will need to port forward ports 49250 to 49254.
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To be able to access WeatherCat from outside your local network, you will need to port forward ports 49250 to 49254. Note, for WeatherCat 3's rich client protocol, port 49255 also needs to be open.
The links below show the settings for various routers.
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The links below show the settings for various routers - for WeatherCat 3, in all cases the end port needs to be 49255, not 49254 as shown).
  
 
*[[Linksys E3200 Port Forwarding]]
 
*[[Linksys E3200 Port Forwarding]]
 
*[[Netgear N600 Port Forwarding]]
 
*[[Netgear N600 Port Forwarding]]
 
*[[Pace 4111N Port Forwarding]]
 
*[[Pace 4111N Port Forwarding]]
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*[[Apple Airport Time Capsule 802.11ac Port Forwarding]]

Latest revision as of 23:25, 22 January 2020

To be able to access WeatherCat from outside your local network, you will need to port forward ports 49250 to 49254. Note, for WeatherCat 3's rich client protocol, port 49255 also needs to be open. The links below show the settings for various routers - for WeatherCat 3, in all cases the end port needs to be 49255, not 49254 as shown).

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