ip – Two routers connected to the same router and only one can ping another

There are two routers connected together to Arris TG3442 router:

  • TP-Link Archer C2 AC750 (uses 192.168.1.X addressing)
  • D-Link DIR-853 (uses 192.168.2.X addressing)

When I use any device in 192.168.1.X network: I can ping any device in 192.168.2.X network including router itself (which sits under 192.168.2.1).

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When I do the same opposite then it turns out that any device in 192.168.2.X network can ping any device in 192.168.1.X except router. Any ping to 192.168.1.1 results in connection timeout

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My assumptions:

  • The situation is correct, no error or problem here
  • The 192.168.1.1 router is most likely configured to reject ping
  • But it allows ping to pass through to any device
  • The 192.168.2.1 router is configured to respond to ping and pass it through.

Do I understand this situation correctly?

What could re-enable uPnP on router apart from malware?

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SSH into raspberry pi on WAN side of router

can anyone help me figure out how to SSH into my raspberry pi in the following situation? I have an android phone using easytether connected via usb to the pi, then I connected the pi via ethernet to my wireless router’s WAN port. I am unable to figure out how to SSH into the pi on the WAN side of the router from a PC on the LAN side. Do I need to setup a reverse tunnel or port forwarding? I cannot get it to work.

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What are the risks to my router when behind cable modem?

Many tech sites suggest using dd-wrt as many manufactures have swiss-cheese security with their routers.e.g. Firmware hardcoded “backdoors/admin tools”.

However, if the router is behind a cable modem, do realistic threats exist? Wouldn’t the cable modem be the main target?

Is flashing dd-wrt on one of the better manufactures worth the time and work involved?

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Logging in AirOS router from other network

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nat – ddwrt behind dsl router

so at my parents in law house i have no access to log or configure the main dsl gateway/router he says he dosent know the login information.
sometimes we get crappy internet and there is no way i know of to figure what it is so the only way i can think to at least know its not on my side is setting up dhcp on my side of stuff then i can use bandwidth and loggin to see more if its at all on my side.
the only way i know to remove nat on my side and be able to play online games is to not have double nat but the router will not let me gain internet access if i have it set up in router mode in the advanced routing tab.
what else am i missing.

current set up have moderate nat type.

router – UPnP keeps failing in setting up a dedicated server for Arma3 on PC

I followed a video on how to do this… using TADST for ARMA3… Each time I check the box for UPnP, it unchecks it after each use of the launcher (TADST). Also, I know my IP4, which I looked up on CMD, and that hasn’t changed. But we had to get a bigger switch for the internet, we have 5 current devices that are wired to the router (lots of PC gaming and xbox gaming along with game hosting via in game hosting ability)

When I start the server.. it eventually tells me that UPnP has failed. Could it be that two PCs are trying to port forward through the same ports? I am trying to use 2302-2306 for this dedicated server and my husband has his Arma3 in game hosting set to 2302…. could this be a problem?

Thank you.

angularjs – Getting a “Transition Rejection” when using ui router with template url

I have a basic angularjs (1.8.2) application with the latest version of ui router (1.0.29).

The application will load and work fine but I have noticed in the console I get the following errors when I initially go to a state (using the ui-sref route) with a template url:

​Transition Rejection($id: 0 type: 2, message: The transition has been superseded by a different transition, detail: Transition#2( ‘home'{} -> ‘page2′{} ))

It only happens the first time a user goes to a state with a template url, after that there are no more errors and the application continues to work.

Demo Here

All the information I have found online just says that I have a configuration error with ui router but all the documentation I have found shows that this should work without error.

Any help is appreciated, thanks.

var app = angular.module('plunker', ('ui.router', 'editor'));

// routing configuration
app.config(('$urlRouterProvider', '$stateProvider', function ($urlRouterProvider, $stateProvider) {

    // default route
    $urlRouterProvider.otherwise("https://stackoverflow.com/");

    // available states
    var states = (
        {
            name: 'home',
            url: "https://stackoverflow.com/",
            template: '<div><h3>HOME PAGE</h3></div>'
        },
            {
            name: 'page2',
            url: '/page2',
            controller: 'page2Ctrl',
            templateUrl: 'page2.html',
        },
            {
            name: 'page3',
            url: '/page3',
            controller: 'page3Ctrl',
            templateUrl: 'page3.html',
        }
    );

    // Loop over the state definitions and register them
    states.forEach(function (state) {
        $stateProvider.state(state);
    });
}));

app.controller('mainCtrl', function($scope) {
  $scope.content = 'World';
});

app.controller('page2Ctrl', function($scope) {
  $scope.hasLoaded = true;
});

app.controller('page3Ctrl', function($scope) {
  $scope.hasLoaded = true;
});

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