Forward ports in linksys wrt45g so magicjack will work
Need to forward ports in linksys wrt45g so magicjack will work. MJ says ports 5060 & 5070. I have entered linksys web based and tried to forward ports but, magic jack still does not work. Just not sure I am entering the right information.
I need detailed instruction on how to forward ports.
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unfortunately the download speed of the e220 are really bad I know I had it .then i upgraded to the e180 and it has 7.2 Mbs and is great for bittorent if thats what you wanted to forward ports for . But you can't portforward with either but for the e180 you get great speeds even without the portforwarding eg bittorent downloads at 180- 200 Kilobytes per second . Hope that clarified it for you
What OS? Is it Vista/XP compatible? Check the documentation that came with the device and see what it is compatible with. If that is a dead end, you could try to check the web sight for a firmware flash utility and hex file. Did you use the disk to install the driver? If so you most likely do NOT have the most up to date driver. Did you plug it in to your computer before you installed the driver? Some times when you do this Windoz try’s to install the best-matched driver it can find and this can cause all kinds of problems. 1: Remove the device 2: Uninstall the driver and all the software that came with it 3: Restart the computer 4: Reinstall the software from the disk. 5: go to their web site and download and install up to date drivers 6: Plug in the device If none of this helps then you have two options. Wait until they fix the problem, if they ever do (could be specific to you). Or go buy a new one. I recommend Belkin or Linksys. If you buy a new one you may be interested in the idea of a "Cantena". They can extend your WiFi by a lot. You can buy them or you can make one. Tiger Direct sells them. And the plans are every were Best of Luck -Charlie
yes that indicates that there are no incoming connections..when u click on the triangle you come to an option that says to check if port is forwarded properly and to configure the connection speeds.. i am a regular u torrent user and my port is never forwarded correctly..despite the orange triangle i get very good download speeds..a trick i use is to use the"force start" option on the downloads..right click on a downloading torrent and use force start option..i also noticed that over time the triangle becomes green..hope it helps!
Just a wild guess based on your description is that your hub steps down the network to match the slowest network device on the chain, and it's seeing a device on the far end of one of your XE103's running at 10Mb or maybe even 1Mb depending on the location of the XE103 and the structural resistance of your building. Hubs generally match network speed for all ports where a router is generally port independent.