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How to port forward th 2 wire router from web port 80 and tcp/ip port 6100..?

I bought a lorex cctv model SG19LD804-161 I can't set up the remote access for the cameras please helpme ..

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Re: How to port forward th 2 wire router from web port 80...

Hi, Here is a manual explaining how to do it... pdfs/SG19LD804-161_CLIENT_MANUAL_EN_R2.pdf -

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I need to access CCTV over internet.I am using Zyxel router (model P600R T1 v2) which having a static WAN IP provided by ISP.Can please guide me on the steps.Thanks.

first you need to forward TCP ports in your router pls write down which TCP ports used for video , audio and control in your DVR and configure to forward this tcp ports in your router
it can be do one step using disable the DMZ and it will make less sequrity in your internal network

Apr 11, 2013 | Zyxel Prestige 660HW Wireless Router...

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IP Camera Port Forwarding

The best way to find out what is being forwarded is to look at the traffic with the Wireshark program. You can install this from the Internet.

Wireshark is perfect for this but you have to learn how to filter traffic or there will be too much information collected. It is also regarded as (a bit of) a burglar tool so don't use it at work without permission.

I would recommend that you connect a PC to a wired port on the inside LAN and configure the router to forward outside requests to the PC. When you run wireshark on the inside PC with a filter that selects for tcp port 80 (or tcp port == 80) you will see traffic forwarded from the router.

Use your outside machine to request a page from the router's outside address and the port you are forwarding. If you have forwarding set up correctly, you should see a TCP connection attempt. If you are not running a web server on the inside PC, there will be no connection so you will only see the SYN packet from.
outside. If you have a web server on port 80, you will see a fair number of packets in both directions. (SYN -- SYN-ACK -- SYN -- some HTTP Headers an HTTP GET / a response and FIN -- FIN-ACK).

Once you see successful port forwarding (your are forwarding TCP packets, right?) at the PC, change the destination of the forwarding to the camera.

This is really technical but Wireshark is so good that it is quite easy to use.

Sep 10, 2012 | Routers

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My Router doesn't allow me to open up my ports for my Xbox. My NAT type is Strict and it doesn't allow me to communicate with other people or even get a good connection. I would like some...

If you know how to set the port forwarding on your router/modem then you need to set the following ports up to forward to your Xbox's IP address:

Xbox LIVE requires the following ports to be open:
  • Port 88 (UDP)
  • Port 3074 (UDP and TCP)
  • Port 53 (UDP and TCP)
  • Port 80 (TCP)
You can read the whole web page by clicking here:
If you can't click the link above you can copy and paste the following into the address line of your web browser:

Hope that helps.

May 19, 2011 | Routers

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Port forwarding not working on router cisco 861w. ROUTER nat DHCP IS WORKING. I have used this command to add portforwarding: ip nat inside source static tcp 80 interface FastEthernet4...

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)

Mar 17, 2011 | Cisco 861 Router

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Need 2 open NAT

If you have a firewall or network hardware, such as a router, you might need to make a configuration change in order for your Xbox 360 console to communicate with Xbox LIVE. This configuration change is sometimes called "opening ports" or "port forwarding."

Xbox LIVE requires the following ports to be open:  
  • Port 88 (UDP)
  • Port 3074 (UDP and TCP)
  • Port 53 (UDP and TCP)
  • Port 80 (TCP)
For Belkin router follow this steps

Configuring port forwarding

In order to configure this, you need to know: 

- The IP address of the computer or device to have the port forwarded to.

- The port numbers to be used and whether these are TCP or UDP ports

(Note: We recommend you use a computer that has a wired connection to the router.)

Setup steps:

  1. Open a Web Browser on the computer. Type in
  2. In the address bar of the Web Browser type Click Login in the upper right hand corner of the page. The router does not ship with a password, so just click submit.


  1. Click on Virtual Servers under Firewall in the menu on the left


  1. Enter the following information
    • Disable Firwall

    • Type the port(s) specified by the program manufacture for both of the Inbound port fields
    • Select TCP, UDP, or BOTH for the Type.
    • Private IP address: Enter the IP address of the computer you want grant access too.
    • Type the port(s) specified by the program manufacture for both of the Private port fields.


  1. Click the Apply Changes button

Jan 10, 2011 | Belkin (F5D8231-4) Wireless Router...

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I am trying to portforward azareus ip adress dlink dir 165

Port-forwarding allows connections from the network, i.e., to TCP port #80 at the IP-address assigned to your router, to be "forwarded" (much like a switchboard operator at a university)
to any specific TCP port (but usually the identical port-number) on a SPECIFIC computer "inside" your network.

If your router is '', then it probably will give-out IP-addresses like ''
and '', and '' to the first 3 computers on your network.

So, "port-forwarding" is used to designate one of those 3 IP-addresses as the one to receive/process all the 'TCP port #80' traffic.

On the router's web-interface, on the "port-forwarding" page, just add an entry for 'TCP port #80'.

Dec 22, 2010 | Routers

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PlayStation 3 keep getting nat type 3 when need type 2

I was having problems with my PS3 as well I did the following

updated firmwire

Also I assign static ip address on my PS3 and forward ports used by PS3 to static IP address of PS3 on routers firewall.

Ports used by PS3:
udp 3478
udp 3479
udp 3658
tcp.domain (port 53)
udp.domain (port 53)
tcp.http (port 80)
tcp.https (port 443)
udp.ssdp (port 1900)
tcp.amandaBackupInitiation (10080)
tcp.Jabber SSL/TLS (port 5223)

If your still getting problems configure the PS3 to be in your DMZ.

DMZ will be under applications and gaming. Just look for that setting in your routers setup page and add your PS3 IP address to it.

Mar 15, 2010 | Linksys WRT160N Wireless Router

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Set NAT to open for Xbox only, not computers

This is entirely not the issue for NAT setting's . In this case we have to open the port numbers on the router to get the successful connection test.
The port numbers will be given by the Microsoft support services . Once we have the port numbers and the Ip of the Xbox following steps can be taken to enter the given numbers:-
1)Open the router gui with or by typing it in the address bar for the user name as admin and password as the word password only.
2)On the Netgear smart wizard .left hand side you will find a small blue/purple column with different categories , look for the one that says advanced and click on port forwarding/port triggering and select port forwarding from there and click on Add custom service from the bottom .
3)A new screen will appear which will have the following options:-
Service name:-
Service type:-tcp , udp , tcp/udp
Starting port:-
Ending Port:-
Server Ip Address:-(enter the value in range) and apply the setting's.
The value for the starting and ending port will be same i.e if suppose we have a port no. 80 for the ip:- and tcp as the service to open then this is how it will be done:-
Service name:-abc
Service type:-tcp
Starting port:-80
Ending Port:-80
Server Ip Address:-

Go for the connection test after forwarding all the port numbers.

Nov 14, 2009 | NetGear WGR614 54Mbps Wireless Router...

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I can't open a port to show to my web site. This works only localy.

Look at this page from Linksys.

You can see that you want to go to "Application and Gaming", then to "Single Port Forwarding".

You want to setup your router like the first line:
HTTP [you can put here whatever you want] | External Port 80 | Internal Port 80 | Protocol TCP | IP Address [your web server's IP address] | Enabled [tick yes]

In the second line you write exactly the same except you replace Protocol "TCP" with "UDP".
Don't forget to enable both and to save the settings!
You should give your web server a static IP address (not via DHCP!), to ensure it is always the same.

If you have any more questions or something is not clear to you, just come back here and leave a comment - I'm happy to help.

Jul 02, 2009 | Linksys WAG200G Router

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Network routing problem with Axis Camera's

They would need to be on different TCP or UDP port numbers ... in order to access them from the Internet. I'm guestimating that on the LAN you can access all of them because they are on different RFC1918 IP Addresses (e.g., 20, 30) but same port number (e.g. port 80 for web.)

Once you hop through NAT to get to the Internet you now only have one IP Address. The real Internet IP Address. So now you have to have different port numbers for 2 or more cameras. For example use:

#1 port 80
#2 port 8080
#3 port 8081
#4 port 8082

How about that?

And you will have to forward each of those ports to the correct ip address for the correct camera.

Where's my free restaurant dinner? :-)

Apr 17, 2009 | NetGear DG834G Router

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