Did you ever find a solution to the port forwarding on the Rogers Rocket Hub. I have the same problem trying to access my security camera's. I paid for the "Public IP address" and paid for the level to support, but have not gotten anywhere. Surely there are others with this problem and a solution somewhere in cyberland ????
I have set up port forwarding on my Netcomm 3G25WR to remotely access my security camera system. In order to access the modem remotely, you will require a static IP address from Rogers at a cost of $10 additional per month. The modem firmware then needs to be configured to reflect the static IP address. I would imagine that the set up can be done on the 3G10WV as well.
As I mentioned in another post, I believe that you need a static IP address to access your modem remotely. The public IP address only ensures that you are not behind Roger's firewall, but the address itself changes. The static IP address always remains fixed.
call back and make sure they put the public ip on your rocket hub. I called to check on it and they screwed up and put it on my iphone. after verifying the rocket hub has the public ip, make the following changes under 3g settings, disconnect tab first then follow these tabs.
HSPA/3G Settings > SetupProfile: fixed-isp.apnCustom APN
IP Compression: OffOn Data Compression: OffOnBand select: All Bands/Automatic 3G-ALL 2G-ALL
Thank you for your reply. I do have Public Ip address however I cannot decifer your reply. I can see all of the options after I disconnect but I can't tell from your reply which selections I should make, only the options that I have. Also you use wap as Username etc. do I need that or can I make up my own username etc......Thanks again, I really hope this works. I have three security camera's that are worthless to me right now.
Any ideas on the same issue with a 3g27wv, tring to open port 80,9010,9011 with rogers and just will not work even after having to get the static IP