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By Sirquil
#93370 Have a ESP8266, sump pit monitor that uses NTP; it works perfectly with our Xfinity, network router. ESP8266 connects to the AT&T router; does not receive UDP packets. Firewall has been configured on the NVG588; still, does not work. UDP port is defined as 1337.

A.T.&T router is a Arris NVG588.

Has anyone else experience this issue? Any work around to fix this issue?

William
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By lindadieggoo
#93608
Sirquil wrote:Have a ESP8266, sump pit monitor that uses NTP; it works perfectly with our Xfinity, network router. ESP8266 connects to the AT&T router; does not receive UDP packets. Firewall has been configured on the NVG588; still, does not work. UDP port is defined as 1337.

A.T.&T router is a Arris NVG588. drift hunters

Has anyone else experience this issue? Any work around to fix this issue?

William


Hi, I'm looking for a solution to this problem!
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By Sirquil
#93641 Issue was a misconfigured network; I used 192.168.1.1 for gateway and dns. Even with the 192.168.1.1 Gateway and dns project was connecting to the AT&T network; just not "talking" to the gateway and dns

AT&T network; in this case, used gateway and dns of 192.158.1.254.

Had I checked Windows PC with ipconfig; would have caught this much sooner, instead of going from "memory."