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  • Port Forwarding, DHCP & eero mesh Router

    Hello All,

    I’ve perhaps foolishly gone and invested in an eero WiFi System. I like a lot of things about it, but after converting it from operating in bridge mode to performing as my router I receive this error when Starting the Lutron Caseta Plug-in

    “A socket operation was attempted to an unreachable host caseta”

    I was curious what advice you had about port forwarding and DHCP reservations and how best to setup a system with a solution like eero.

    Thanks for the time, and any insights you can provide,
    Tsy

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    1. Open the eero app
    2. Tap on the Settings tab
    3. Tap on Advanced
    4. Tap on Reservations & Port Forwarding
    5. From here, you can add a reservation under IPv4 Reservations & Port Forwards or a firewall rule under IPv6 Firewall Rules
    6. You can assign permissions to a previously connected device, or manually add a new device.
    7. You can now edit the permissions with a specific IP address (IPv4 only), MAC address and open a specific internal/external port. You can also select a protocol for both TCP & UDP or either TCP or UDP
    8. Hit the back button on the top left to save your selected settings
    These steps work for iOS only.
    Regards,
    Lewis

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