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Pistars Ports

Post by KC9ZHV » Wed May 13, 2020 2:50 pm

I need to know which ports Pistar uses is there a wiki documentation of every port that Pistar uses?? See here is the deal everything here is Natted through our routers. I have five static ip's inbound and over 4 different internal subnets inside this network. I am will be setting this up onto our VPN network eventually and I need to know what ports I need to NAT to the device. Thanks in advance.

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Re: Pistars Ports

Post by NQ4T » Wed May 13, 2020 6:44 pm

  • TCP/80 - Dashboard (only if you want it to be public)

    UDP/10022 (ircDDBGateway remote app - if you want to be able to use the app on your phone)

    UDP/20001-20009 - D-Plus

    UDP/30001 - DExtra

    UDP/30051-30059 - DCS Connections

    UDP/30061-30065 - CCS Routing

    UDP/40000 - Icom G2

    UDP/41401 - NXDN Network

    UDP/42000-42001 - Fusion Network

    UDP/42010 - P25 Network
With that being said...my router us uPnP compatible and even with uPnP on...the hotspots have not had any ports forwarded to them. I for a while ran them on the hotspot from my computer...which created a separate network. So even under the double-nat like conditions....both hotspots still worked. I can't forward ports on my mobile phone's hotspot and they still work.

I would say try it...see what happens, but you can use this list to start poking holes and routing if necessary.

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Re: Pistars Ports

Post by KC9ZHV » Thu May 14, 2020 2:28 pm

Thanks!! :) This sounds like an adventure i like it!

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Re: Pistars Ports

Post by NQ4T » Thu May 14, 2020 2:37 pm

One thing I will say is that this port list looks suspiciously similar to the firewall list for the VPS I run XLX725 on:

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To                         Action      From
--                         ------      ----
OpenSSH                    ALLOW       Anywhere
Apache Full                ALLOW       Anywhere
5000/tcp                   ALLOW       Anywhere
7335/tcp                   ALLOW       Anywhere
10001                      ALLOW       Anywhere
10002                      ALLOW       Anywhere
30001                      ALLOW       Anywhere
20001                      ALLOW       Anywhere
30051                      ALLOW       Anywhere
8880                       ALLOW       Anywhere
62030                      ALLOW       Anywhere
10100                      ALLOW       Anywhere
8080                       ALLOW       Anywhere
62031                      ALLOW       Anywhere
62032                      ALLOW       Anywhere
42000                      ALLOW       Anywhere
42003                      ALLOW       Anywhere
9009                       ALLOW       Anywhere
8000                       ALLOW       Anywhere
8001                       ALLOW       Anywhere
8010                       ALLOW       Anywhere
8011                       ALLOW       Anywhere
Which, of course...has a bunch of other things running on it besides just xlxd.

I appear to have been mistaken about the hotspots not doing uPNP on my router. I just double-checked and saw they did in fact request some ports:

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I probably forgot to look after moving them back to the main LAN when I added a wifi AP down here for them. I do know when they were routed through my computers "mobile hotspot" feature they got put on a 192.168.137 network that had traffic routed to my main lan but it didn't forward any ports.

I'm still in the camp of just trying it and seeing what doesn't work. If you've got something to intercept uPNP requests you might at least know which ports it wants specifically. My one hotspot is obviously set up for dstar and the other is currently primarily a DMR hotspot.

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