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Mar
23
comment Need to open port 5000 on a linksys router to access heroku
I think I have things set up right on my end. On ubuntu, the command is ifconfig and I have confirmed my machine's ip address as 192.168.1.100. So my settings are application 'heroku', external and internal port 5000, protocol both, to ip address 192.168.1.100, enabled, saved. I still get the same "no route to host" error. Is my next step calling my ISP and asking if they do anything to block this port?
Mar
23
comment Need to open port 5000 on a linksys router to access heroku
How is this different than the communication needed to get a game server working properly? Isn't it a similar setup as far as port configuration goes?
Mar
23
comment Need to open port 5000 on a linksys router to access heroku
I can ping successfully. But I believe heroku does need access to my machine. Any suggestions on how to get the actual telnet command to work: telnet s1.runtime.heroku.com 5000?
Mar
23
comment Need to open port 5000 on a linksys router to access heroku
I'm trying to run commands through heroku's command line interface. The telnet command is just a simple command to test whether the proper communication channel is setup correctly. This is following up on communication with heroku support staff about being unable to run the needed commands.
Mar
23
comment Need to open port 5000 on a linksys router to access heroku
I think the problem might be the "to ip address". How do I find my machine's internal ip address?