2 lan networks, one for workers, other for clients.
2 wifi ap, one for each network.
OpenVPN installed and configured for workers network.
I need to install and configure UPnP and NAT-PMP, so I followed some tutorials, basically doing:
install miniupnpd and luci-app-upnp
All seems to work, when from my client software I ask for a port forwarding it seems to be ok, the response is OK and then in luci Services>Upnp also apears correctly, but, the port is not accesible.
If I configure the port forwarding from the firewall it works, so, I think it's something like UPnP is doing the port forwarding BUT not configuring firewall to allow those packets go to it's WAN->LAN destination.
With that open request, while you probably don't want to hear this
Upgrade to 18.06 or later as Chaos Calmer is out of formal support and is known to be insecure due to its age and known security vulnerabilities in its kernel, application software, and protocols (such as 802.11).
Speaking of security, do you really need UPnP? Many consider the risks of letting other hosts controlling your firewall to be a first-order security problem. These days, most applications don't really need UPnP to function.
Hi there when you update you would be best off not saving any of your settings. Some of the config files have changed and mite make your router do verry strange things. lol You can try and flash saving your configs if you like and it mite work, but it sound like you use your router for work.