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Can I Use the Same Ports For Different IP Addresses?

April 7, 2013 by admin  
Filed under CCTV DVR

I have a cctv system port forwarded on my router to the ports: TCP/UDP 8080 9000 18004
This CCTV system is on 24/7 in the router.
I want to make my PlayStation 3 & Xbox 360 have OPEN NAT types.
The PS3 requires ports: TCP- 80 443 3478 3479 3480 5223 8080 & UDP- 3478 3479
The Xbox 360 requires ports: TCP- 80 53 3074 & UDP- 88 53 3074

Now, the PS3 uses the same port, 8080 as the CCTV. Does this mean that when I use the PS3 the CCTV has to have a different port or be switched off. The Xbox however does use one port which the ps3 uses and thats port 80. Bearing in mind when i’m playing the xbox my ps3 is turned off and will this mean it will port forward.

I hope this is enough information Thanks, BTW all my connections are WIRED, the ps3, xbox and cctv.

You cannot port forward to two different devices (IP). Try to change one of them. Usually a camera system you can change the 8080 to something else like 8081.

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One Response to “Can I Use the Same Ports For Different IP Addresses?”
  1. Adrian says:

    You cannot port forward to two different devices (IP). Try to change one of them. Usually a camera system you can change the 8080 to something else like 8081.

    PS3 and Xbox port 80 may be harder to do, but you must change one of those ports as well. That may affect game play however – test any changes fully… Other option for those, if you only play on one at a time, always power off the one not being used, and set both to the same static LAN IP address. That way, whichever box is powered on, will get the port 80. If you insist on having both boxes on at the same time, only changing the port 80 to something else (81?) will do…
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