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Hello ! Usually on routers, on the back of the device you should have a "default login". If you do not, USUALLY, the user is either "root" or "admin" and pass "". (blank pass). Update : I checked out your model and it says the default credentials are: User : admin Pass : admin Hope that helps ! All the best.
make sure you enable both tcp and udp port fowarding . worst case comes to worse reset it back to factory settings. or upgrade the firmware (i couldnt port foward until i upgraded my firmware on my wrt model)
* NOTE: If you tried to set-up the WRT-160N Router previously, but failed, with the Router ON, press the "Reset" button on the back panel and hold it down for 10 seconds, then release. This will reset the Router to factory settings and erase all previous data. Then do this 1. Hook up the Linksys WRT-160N Router to the modem(cable, DSL or satelitte) 2. Hook up the Linksys WRT-160N Router to your computer via a LAN cable with the LAN cable in Port #1 on the Linksys WRT-160N Router. 3. Type http://192.168.1.1 in the address bar of your web browser. 4. Log-on to the Linksys WRT-160N Router with these log-on credentials: Username: linksys (lower-case) Password: admin (lower-case) 5. Click on the "Clone PC MAC Address" tab. 6. Click the "Clone PC MAC Address" button. 7. Click "Save", click "Continue". 8. Click the "Wireless Security" tab. 9. Choose "WPA2 Personal - TKIP/AES" for encrypted security. 10. Enter encryption password (passphrase). 11. Click "Save", click "Continue". 12. Exit the web browser. 13. Disconnect the LAN cable from the computer and Port #1 on the Linksys WRT-160N Router. In about 5 seconds, your wireless connection should be up and running.
You are trying to open the NAT on the router for X-box. For this you will need to reduce the MTU settings on the router to 1365. You will also need to trigger some ports on the router. For this you will need to open the router set up page. Router set up page is the page where you can change the settings of the router Click Here to know more about router and network
You are trying to open the NAT on the router for X-box. For this you will need to reduce the MTU settings on the router to 1365. You will also need to trigger some ports on the router. For this you will need to open the router set up page. Router set up page is the page where you can change the settings of the router
I tried everything and eventually figured this out. Do this!
Enable DHCP set the start ip to 192.168.1.100, and remove any static IP address on your xbox 360 (have it automatically detect connections) Set the MTU to 1364. enable UPnP. if you are using wrt-dd (if you aren't, you should be) setup QoS so xboxlive has premium priority.
And you have hit the ground running. Even microshats own website wont' help you fix this stupid problem.
These routers have a setting underneath the advanced tab (within advanced setup) called UPNP.....all three of the active tick boxes need a tick in (by default they don't) and this will sort the NAT stuff out.