Pi-Star Firewall Ports

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KB1TAE
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Pi-Star Firewall Ports

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Does Anyone have a list of Ports that Pi-star Uses, I have an enterprise router at home and UPnP is not an option and since switching to the secure firewall my pi-start is Kaput !!!!

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Re: Pi-Star Firewall Ports

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Unless ur looking at accepting inbound connections then you shouldnt need to add any.

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KB1TAE
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Re: Pi-Star Firewall Ports

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That is not true with an enterprise-class Router, Upnp is not an option, on my router. I did Look at the config File and tried a few thing But i was not sucessfull
G4FDL
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Re: Pi-Star Firewall Ports

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Upnp is not needed for normal home hotspot use as no inbound rules are required. For standard use Pi-Star will initiate all communications with outbound connections that will be handled by the routers "related" inbound rule.

You may need to engage an enterprise-class Router certified engineer to analyse the enterprise-class Router logs to determine the issue.
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Re: Pi-Star Firewall Ports

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I believe only one specific type of D-Star reflector requires a port forward. Other than that, as stated, everything is outbound and stateful firewall rules (which your "enterprise grade" router/firewall will support) will handle things.

I have UPnP disabled on my router and haven't had issues with DMR or YSF.
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