In some rare instances your Ethernet device or software configuration may not be compatible with the Ewon’s Plug’n Route feature. For example, when Plug’n Route is enabled, FTP access to the Ethernet device behind the Ewon must be in passive mode. If the Ethernet device or your software only accepts FTP in active mode, you will need to disable the Plug’n Route feature and set the gateway in your device to the Ewon's LAN IP address.
Ewon : Flexy, Cosy, Cosy+
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To disable Plug’n Route, go to the Routing screen found from.
Setup -> System -> Communication -> Networking -> Routing menu path.
From the “Apply NAT and TF to connection” drop down menu, select “NAT and TF disabled.” Click the Update button and then reboot your eWON.
Using Cosy, Cosy+
Setup -> System -> Storage -> Edit COM cfg -> Seach for "NatITF"
Edit the value, and set the value to 0, click the Save button, and then reboot your Cosy.
After you have disabled Plug’n Route, you must set the gateway in your Ethernet
device to be the Ewon’s LAN IP address. Unless you set the gateway, you will not be
able to reach the device through a remote Talk2M connection.
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