Mullvad port forwarding
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Gunilla, for example, has a web server on her private LAN that she would like Glenn to see. She asks for a port to be forwarded to her first. Then she configures her web server to listen for any other traffic on that port. Glenn can then connect to Gunilla’s VPN server’s exit IP address, as well as the port number, and voila – he has access!
To delete a port, go to “Active ports” and press the red X on the right side of the port number. If you don’t want to delete your WireGuard card, don’t click on the trash can icon next to it.
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So I was under the impression that this would be a simple task. Plex is installed on my TS-453Be, and remote (direct) access to the server operated before I installed the VPN. As a result, Mullvad allows port forwarding to a port that is allocated at random. So I did that, got the port, added it to my router’s 32400 forwarding, and checked it with iperf3 on my computer and Mullvad’s app connected via OpenVPN. When I checked the port access, it worked, so I figured it should work for setting up an OpenVPN (.ovpn) link profile via QVPN and then setting the VPN as the NAS default gateway.
However, my Plex server no longer has remote access despite doing so and restarting remote access. On the Plex remote access tab, it displays the Mullvad VPN with the assigned port, but there is no direct remote access. It appears that QVPN is not allowing access to the allocated port. I went to Mullvad’s website, and they claim to do exactly what I did and it should work, but it doesn’t. Here’s a link to their support page…
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As mentioned in the title, my main stumbling block is figuring out how to use firewall rules, port forwarding, and traffic rules to enable the two interfaces to coexist without colliding. Furthermore, to allow the server to accept connections through a port – this is normally accomplished by port-forwarding, but I’ve received conflicting information on whether this is the case when this is the only router and you’re running directly on it.
Although I’m not sure if I need to change the linking interfaces in the Wireguard client to make this happen. Currently, I’ve got my setup set up according to Mullvad’s “WireGuard on a Router” guide. Now, that should work fine if you’re just trying to link to the internet via VPN without leaking any information, but how does the VPN server fit into the picture? How do they interact with each other, as well as WAN and LAN? Thank you so much!
Simply set up a WG server interface and assign a private subnet to the clients who will connect to it. The Mulvad interface does not need any adjustments. For convenience, the WG server interface could be allocated to the lan firewall zone so that you can access your LAN devices as well, or you could build a new firewall zone to limit access.
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A wireguard client linked to a mullvad.net server is running on my OpenWRT router. All is perfect, and the wireguard VPN is used to route my entire network. Regardless, Mullvad allows you to forward up to five random ports (TCP+UDP each) to your clients, but when I try to do so, my services aren’t reachable through the Mullvad IP address. May anyone assist me in getting this set up? There are 5 comments. 100 percentsavehidereportsavehidereportsavehidereportsa Voted up This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.