Reliance JioFiber: Port Forwarding NOT SUPPORTED

bigdataseeder

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has anyone been able to enable Upnp and allow for incoming connections on jio gigafiber. i had been using airtel and although they too have cgnat enabled, i didn't want to go for the static ip route and then port forwarding (seemed an unecessary payment). i just enabled upnp which was enough for torrent seeding.

Now when i am doing the same with jio, although my torrent client says upnp added and my udp is opened (though it doesn't matter), i am always getting a blocked by firewall/router error on the tcp. and i have already checked its definitely not my system firewall. i have checked the modem settings and enabled upnp here as well but it doesn't seem to work.

any help would appreciated
 

S;ash6386

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I believe enabling uPnP should solve the issue.
There is an option for port forwarding Security»Firewall»Port Forwarding .

However, I'm not quite sure how to configure..

Xbox Live requires the following ports to be open:
  • Port 88 (UDP)
  • Port 3074 (UDP and TCP)
  • Port 53 (UDP and TCP)
  • Port 80 (TCP)

Could someone please direct me on how the settings need to be done for opening the aforementioned UDP/TCP ports. Esp. the part of source and destination IP.
 

d5aqoëp

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Guys don’t beat around the bush. On Jio, there is NO possibility of accessing your own home server or use Remote Desktop protocol by port forwarding
Reasons:
1. Jio does not allow port forwarding on their router
2. Double NAT or CG NAT
3. Bridge mode on their ONT is not allowed

You can search the whole internet to get around the Double NAT problem and you will fail.... and fail hard.

So Jio internet is for kiddies and for general public unkill types. For advanced users, Jio Gigafiber is a BIG NO-NO.
Now if Jio is giving out static IP for reasonable fee in future, the situation holds some hope. But I would not vouch for it.

I myself am totally happy with MTNL FTTH which is still allotting Dynamic IP and I can use my ASUS router’s free DDNS service with Lets Encrypt https certificate.

Jio can go to hell.
 


Smh

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on mobile ipv6 ports are open so why don't they do the same with fibre

jio is planning for IOT devices home security and stuff so may they will introduce port forwarding later.
 

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