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  1. #1
    alanpaladka
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    Dear Friends,

    I have Dreambox. I've installed Gbox 2.1b. Whenever I try to go online, it shows "We are offline","No peers Online" in the box control center. I'm always getting Red light in the left side of peer instead of green light. I have updated my IP correctly in my dyndns account and I can also view Newcamd and CCcam shared channels.

    Your help would be greatly appreciated if you help me to overcome from this problem.

    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by alanpaladka View Post
    Dear Friends,

    I have Dreambox. I've installed Gbox 2.1b. Whenever I try to go online, it shows "We are offline","No peers Online" in the box control center. I'm always getting Red light in the left side of peer instead of green light. I have updated my IP correctly in my dyndns account and I can also view Newcamd and CCcam shared channels.

    Your help would be greatly appreciated if you help me to overcome from this problem.

    Thanks in advance
    you must forward your Gbox Port on router
    Daeng

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    @Daeng
    Thanks a million for your reply.

    But I'm not using Broadband. I'm using dialup connection. I have modem(I don't have router). First I dial the internet connection in pc then share it to the dreambox via network cable. I'm using the default Windows XP "Internet connection Sharing" to share my connection.

    How can I forward my port in this case? Which port I have to forward?

    Thanks in advance...

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    Quote Originally Posted by alanpaladka View Post
    @Daeng
    Thanks a million for your reply.

    But I'm not using Broadband. I'm using dialup connection. I have modem(I don't have router). First I dial the internet connection in pc then share it to the dreambox via network cable. I'm using the default Windows XP "Internet connection Sharing" to share my connection.

    How can I forward my port in this case? Which port I have to forward?

    Thanks in advance...
    hmm
    sorry i dont know Dialup settings look in to the Modem Settings
    on your D-Line D: XXXXX.dyndns 1234 5678 AABBCCDD
    you forward this Port: 1234
    Daeng

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    I tried everything. Even I added the sharing ports to ICS. But still I'm getting "We are offline".

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    did you able to see others card status
    or from another server could you able to see picture?
    By dialup modem using windowsXP you have to brige your connections
    There is no other way your box will be server
    very less hope your dreambox will be a server
    but you will be a client

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    @Junaid,

    I want to be a client. I can't see any peers online. Its saying "All peers offline". I don't know how to bridge dialup connection. Some more details on this matter would help me a lot.

    Thanks

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    That must show on I think that peers IP is not online
    did you check our cccam server?
    You can add to gbox cccam server

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    Default let me...

    hi...


    send me your user id your password and the port number u want to use..

    or your cwshare i will try to fix it up...

    have a nice time
    bye

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    U HAVE TO PORT FORWARD IN YOUR WINDOWS FIREWELL.oPEN WINDOWS FIREWELL CLICK ON ADVANCE TAB THAN HERE U SEE YOUR INTER NET PROVIDER NAME AND SELECT IT AND PRESS THE SETTING BUTTION.A NEW WINDOW IS OPEN PRESS ADD BUTTION AND A SMALL WINDOW IS OPEN GIVE THE NAME WHATEVER U WANT IN FRIST LINE IN SECOND LINE U HAVE TO GIVE THE IP ADRESS OF DREAM BOX LIKE 192.168.0.25(EXAMPLE) IN THIRD AND FORTH LINE WRITE THE PORT U WANT TO FORD IT IS SAME IN BOTH LINES.ALSO CHECK THE UDP IN CHECK BOX AND THAN OK.YOUR PORT FORWARDING IS DONE.

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    @mahar116

    Thanks a lot for your suggestion. I will try it soon and let you know.
    But still one doubt remains, I have disabled Windows Firewall. I have disabled Norton Antivirus 2007 also. So how it can block port forwarding?

    @junaid

    Can you please tell me how I can add a Gbox dline in CCcam?

    Thanks

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    @Junaid

    I can access your CCcam server very easily. No problem at all!

 

 

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