Web UI Versionen E3372 Hi Link Mod´s

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Auf welches Gerät hast du die DMZ gesetzt und wie getestet?

Ansonsten kannst du die Frage auch auf Englisch stellen. :)
 
26 Juni 2018
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Ansonsten kannst du die Frage auch auf Englisch stellen. :)
Nice!

So, I'm running the latest OpenWRT in my Linksys EA8500.
In the wan interface I have set up a static ip (192.168.8.100) and gateway (192.168.8.1).
MiniUPNPd is installed and it is working properly (I can see the internal ip's getting the desired ports forwarded in the status page). But since I am having Double Nat, the forwarded ports aren't getting public open because of the E3372H NAT.

In the E3372H, the DHCP is still ON, NAT is in CONE (I have also tried Symmetrical) and DMZ is configured to 192.168.8.100. Besides that, I have disabled Firewall, UPNP and SIP ALG.

As soon as I get home, I will flash the new @DaHype WebUI that he has provided (WEBUI_17.100.17.00.143_HILINK_Mod1.20).

I was looking at your topic here using Google Translator but as I can see you guys use the S version, so I can't follow the whole walkthrough there to flash the mentioned firmwares because mine is the H version from E3372.
I do not want to use the Stick Mode (Non-Hilink) firmware because I usually need to check the signal and check telecom company SMS, and also use the SMS Send function to check credits and SIM Toolkit.

With the stock firmware that I got (unlocked, from AliExpress Seller), I am able to achieve 8,7 MB/s of Download Speed and up to 3 MB/s of Upload Speed. That's fine by me and I don't know if I can improve that, since in the same area using my Samsung Galaxy S7 I also achieve close to that speeds above. The only issue would be the latency in the E3372 that usually is 48~60 ms while I get 33~37 ms of latency in my S7.

If you think it would be better to see my configs I can share the LuCI screenshots and E3372H screenshots (as soon as I get home).

I am wondering if the E3372H firmware is also required to be updated in order to DMZ work properly, since I have only flashed the WebUI firmware (maybe I can see the DMZ function but it is not implemented in the modem firmware?).

Thank you!

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By the way, sometimes I get disconnected from online games or get kicked from the game server when I am using the internet from this Stick. I don't know why, could it be because of the firmware? Do you have any good one to suggest me to install (E3372H)? It's weird because when I swap the sim card and put it on a phone and tether it to my PC, I can play just fine without any disconnections or delays.
 
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Does your ISP provide an external IP address you can use? What IP is displayed in the webinterface of the stick? And how do you test your port forwards? From internal or external?

I do not want to use the Stick Mode (Non-Hilink) firmware because I usually need to check the signal and check telecom company SMS, and also use the SMS Send function to check credits and SIM Toolkit.

Signal and SMS would be possible too, but requires more work with AT-commands.
 
26 Juni 2018
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Does your ISP provide an external IP address you can use?
Well, my ISP provide dynamic IP, so every time I reconnect I get a new IPV4 number. Does this answer your question?

What IP is displayed in the webinterface of the stick?
Where can I get that info? I have previously shared my Home screen and "Info" screen (which actually I can't see after flashing Web UI MOD 1.10), you can check here: #202. But before flashing this Custom Web UI, I was able to see in the Info Page my public IP. It just seems to be bugged right now with the Web UI Mod 1.10, so as soon as I get home I will flash the new version Web UI MOD 1.20.

And how do you test your port forwards? From internal or external?
Both, for external I use Opera Browser with VPN connected and try to reach my local apache server (using the IPV4 I get from websites like myip.com) with the port that I selected, like: Myip:8080.

From Internal I usually try some game with NAT indicator, like Warframe. I should get at least NAT 2 (Moderate), but usually I get NAT 3 - Strict.

Just one thing that could eventually help you figure out, some months ago before I had my Sony Xperia Z1 screen broken, I was able to tether to my pc with root using a APK called Port Fowarder Ultimate and in that time I had a Sony PS4 and some games with NAT status (in PC, Warframe - Rainbow Six Siege - etc) and I was able to achieve NAT 2 (Moderate). So I think my ISP is not applying a NAT layer to my connection (since I was able to get NAT 2 Moderate without asking any permission to them).

Right now I'm at work but, in about 5 hours I will get home and I can share some screenshots so you can visualize better what I have set up.

Signal and SMS would be possible too, but requires more work with AT-commands.
Well, if so I don't mind flashing a better non-hilink firmware. Maybe it fixes my brief disconnections in online games. It's weird because I just get disconnected from the game, I can still talk to my friends over apps like Skype and Discord and the Public IP is not changed.

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As I told you before I'm running the stock firmware that came with my E3372H-607. But it has a logo (airtel 4G) in the plastic shell:
Unlocked-Huawei-E3372-E3372h-607-plus-pair-antenna-150Mbps-Modem-4G-LTE-Dongle-USB-4G-FDD.jpg


I bought it unlocked from here: AliExpress
If I still remember the firmware version is 21 something and I have no problem to replace the sim card with another operator. My question is (and if it worth it), can I flash a random operator related firmware for my E3372H-607 modem without getting it to be locked to that operator?
For example, this one: https://routerunlock.com/download-f...-607-update-22-317-01-00-356-free-india-idea/
 
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Hey @Gsicht I was able to flash the latest WebUI and then I found out why I was having errors to flash the Moded Software Firmware.... I didn't know I had to flash the 21.110.99.02.00_nv01 firmware first. But now everything is up to date.

Software: 21.110.99.02.00_nv01
WebUI: 22.200.09.00.00_M_AT_04

Besides that now I am able to see the Device Information, and I can see the WAN IP. This is the same IP that I get when I visit a website like MYIP.COM. So yeah.... my ISP provide me a valid IP Address.

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The DMZ page:
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Nat Settings page (I have also tried Cone):
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Firewall Switch page:
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UPnP Page in HiLink:
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This is my OpenWRT WAN Interface:
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UPnP page in OpenWRT:
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Even though the ports if being forwarded in Warframe for example I get a error:
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Hallo zusammen!

Ich habe ebenfalls einen E3372, welcher noch unverändert ist mit folgenden Versionen:
Software-Version: 22.200.15.02.1217
Weboberflächen-Version: 17.100.12.01.1217

Ich betreibe den Stick mit externen Antennen an einem Linksys WRT1200AC und bin bisher recht zufrieden mit dem Funktionsumfang vom Stick weil ich bis jetzt nicht mehr gebraucht hab :) (anstecken, verbinden, käuft :) )

Aber ich bin neugierig und möchte natürlich auch wissen was Möglich ist und was man optimieren kann.
Deswegen habe ich hier noch Fragen, die mich brennend interessieren würden.
- was ist der NCM Modus (wieso ist er schneller (besserer Empfang?)) und wie finde ich heraus ob mein Stick bereits in diesem läuft?
- was sind die Key-Features der Mods für den Stick, wo ihr sagt dass man unbedingt einen Mod braucht
- besteht die Gefahr dass der Stick nicht mehr erkannt wird vom Router wenn ich einen Mod drauf installiere?

Das wär's erstmal :)

Gruß
 
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Grundsätzlich gibt es überhaupt keinen Grund eine modifizierte Firmware zu installieren. Beim e3372h ist bei non-HiLink der Ping ein wenig besser. Das war's aber auch schon.
 
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Hey @Gsicht I was able to flash the latest WebUI and then I found out why I was having errors to flash the Moded Software Firmware.... I didn't know I had to flash the 21.110.99.02.00_nv01 firmware first. But now everything is up to date.

Software: 21.110.99.02.00_nv01
WebUI: 22.200.09.00.00_M_AT_04

Besides that now I am able to see the Device Information, and I can see the WAN IP. This is the same IP that I get when I visit a website like MYIP.COM. So yeah.... my ISP provide me a valid IP Address.

8wiiACm.png


The DMZ page:
u4zsxN1.png


Nat Settings page (I have also tried Cone):
LDqxego.png


Firewall Switch page:
JJ6AlQJ.png


UPnP Page in HiLink:
8FoPdNx.png



This is my OpenWRT WAN Interface:
MV5N15z.png


UPnP page in OpenWRT:
rE4Hhm4.png


Even though the ports if being forwarded in Warframe for example I get a error:
QVRJmxg.png
I got pretty much the same setup using OpenWRT 18.06.01 and E3372s-153.
I am using Steam without problems. Portforwarding is not necessary.

Maybe this link helps you to dig deeper: https://openwrt.org/docs/guide-user/network/wan/dmz-based-bridge-mode
 
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18 Oktober 2015
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I am toying a bit with the idea of non-hilink, because DMZ solution to get rid of double nat does not make me too happy. On the other hand never touch a running system :).