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    Access modems behind ASUS router (Dual WAN)

    Sorry Colin, should have been more specific. The ASUS DDNS seems to work ok, in that if I type in the DDNS address, it will bring up the modem on WAN2 DNS error page. This means the DDNS is redirecting to my public IP on the primary WAN fine. This would assume the issue lies in not being able...
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    Access modems behind ASUS router (Dual WAN)

    Hi Colin So sorry, bit confused here. 1. Change DDNS method to external in the ASUS router 2. Add DMZ for the router 192.168.1.1 3. Go into the modems WAN1 & WAN2 and add port forwarding. Stuck on the port forwarding bit. What IP? Presumably in the modem it would be the network assigned IP...
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    Access modems behind ASUS router (Dual WAN)

    Hi Colin Thanks very much, that worked and both modems are now accessable. Only problem is my ASUS DDNS no longer works because I'm in a double NAT environment. Interestingly when I change the DDNS method to external it says registration successful. However the router is still not accessible...
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    Access modems behind ASUS router (Dual WAN)

    Sadly didnt work... good suggestion though. Maybe setting both modems to router mode would be the solution then. Can you give some steer on IP settings if you dont mind advising please? Got to be worth a shot I guess.
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    Access modems behind ASUS router (Dual WAN)

    Thanks Colin Will give it a try. I can actually set the modems to router mode if this would be easier? Reason I havent is dont really know what IP/Subnets etc I should be entering for each. Is this a potential option also?
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    Access modems behind ASUS router (Dual WAN)

    Hi Colin Thanks again for your reply. So removed those rules and all looks fine still, no issues yet so I think you are right there. Sadly the main issue still exists but I think I understand the logic why now. Correct me if I am wrong? I am on my PC which is using WAN 1 to try connect to...
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    Access modems behind ASUS router (Dual WAN)

    Yes - correct indeed. In actual fact I was merely following the below guide as ASUS load balancing is trash in my experience so far. Hence why I have forced devices to use WAN 1 or WAN 2 to maximise bandwidth...
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    Access modems behind ASUS router (Dual WAN)

    Another point I forgot to mention, I have manually routed my devices to either WAN 1 or WAN 2 in the routing rules, example as follows. Cannot see how this would make much difference though as both WAN connections work perfectly. 192.168.1.1/25 all Primary WAN all 192.168.1.1/25...
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    Access modems behind ASUS router (Dual WAN)

    Hi Colin, thanks for not giving up on me! IPV4 below, no entries for IPV6. IPs 94.xxx is WAN 2, 100.xxx is WAN 1 � Destination Gateway Genmask Flags Metric Ref Use Iface IPv4 Routing table 94.197.217.1 * 255.255.255.255 UH 0 0 0 WAN 100.73.159.1 * 255.255.255.255 UH 0 0...
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    Access modems behind ASUS router (Dual WAN)

    Hi both Thanks very much for your replies. I've tried both suggestions to no avail. Same issue as before, can only ever connect to one of them unless the other is turned off. At a loss, any further ideas?
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    Access modems behind ASUS router (Dual WAN)

    Hello all, I am having a problem which I cannot understand in regards to DUAL WAN on my ASUS AC88U Router. I have two LB2120 4G modems. They run together feeding into a dual WAN setup on my ASUS router. Now both connect to the router fine, working in load balancing mode on the ASUS router and...
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