I have a strange problem, I can't reach remote port 86 from my system.
I have installed an IP webcam which has a bultin http server. This webcam is set to hear on port 86.
If I open in a browser <ip>:86 I should get the login window, but I don't receive nothing at all, until I get a timout.
The camera is an Intellinet ( http://www.intellinet-network.com/ipcamera/550710.php
The webcam works perfectly, accessing from windows and or linux (distro different from slack)
I'm under a NAT , but it doesn't block port 86. In fact accessing from windows to the webcam it works perfectly.
ATM accessing from another pc with windows on the same lan there's no problems, from my box (slack current) there's no way to have it working.
I was doubting that the problem was the webcam, so I tried accessing another (identical) webcam hearing on another port (82) and I have no problems with that
I tried opening the webcam from konqueror, firefox, opera, links, lynx, telnet (telnet <ip> 86) and I never get any response.
Launching a netstat while the browser try connecting I see this line:
tcp 0 1 192.168.1.6:37174 xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.:mfcobol SYN_SENT
(mfcobol corresponds on port 86)
this line remain identical until I get a timeout in the browser.
I tried from another slackware system (this time a slack 10.1 not updated) connected directly to the internet via PPP without passing a nat and the behaviour is identical to the one I see on my pc, in every aspect.
It seems that I can't receive a reply.
I'm not a network man so I don't know how to investigate deeper to find the problem.
If someone wants to try and needs IPs of the 2 webcams simply ask, I'll send them by email (or PM)
I tried searching in every way on google and on this and other forums and I can't find a solution ....