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Setting up 2Wire 1800hg to do Port Forwarding using port number 27497

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  • rfollett Apr 09, 2009

    I have just bought Linksys Webcam WVC54GCA and in the doc is says I need to open port 80 & 1024 on my wireless router which is a 2wire BT 1800HG with software 3.7.5 but I cant work out how to do this......

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  • musicevo Apr 16, 2009

    need help with same issue, anyone?

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Go to the website www.portforwarding.com and click on the routers list. Select your router then select the application (the webcam). From there there is step-by-step instructions on how to do it!

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