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How do i login outside the network for netaxs 123 and need the steps
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Port forwarding is not the only thing that you have to enable to access your home network. Firstly do you just want to access your router from the outside? If that is the case enable remote login via the administration tab.
If you want to login to your computer from the outside then you must first enable remote desktop and enable port forwarding on your router.
You enable port forwarding for port 3389 which is the remote desktop port. So start port is 3389 and end port is 3389 after that set a static IP on your computer that you want to access.
You can enable remote desktop by following the directions below at the link '
After doing this. What you do is go to the status tab of your router. Look at the IP there.
On the remote computer lauch remote desktop and enter that IP then click connect. IT will then ask you for the username and password of the computer behind the router that you want to login to. After that you should be able to get in.
If you need any clarifications regarding this you may message me and id be glad to help.
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
SOURCE: How do I port forward?
This a sample on how to do a Port Forwarding on your Linksys router, you can use this step by step way on how to do that http://portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/Linksys/WRT54G/ABC.htm
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
To open a port, you first need to know what port you need to open. Once you know this you need to access you router properties. Open your browser and go to http://192.168.1.1/ (BE VERY CAREFUL WHEN GOING THERE! You can brick your router!). when it asks for username and password, type it in if you know it, if not check your manuel or http://www.routerpasswords.com/ to find the default login. Once your in there, find something that mentions about ports, for instance, I have a Lynksys router and my port forwarding is under Applications and Gaming>Port Range Forward. When you find the correct page, type in the port number, save it, and there you go! If it mentions about TCP/UDP open one at a time, test it, then close the unused one to prevent a hacker highway into your computer and/or network. To test if your port is open without waiting forever for your torrent or utorrent to say that its still closed, use this free lightweight port checker that I use. http://portforward.com/help/portcheck.htm
Hope this helps,
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
SOURCE: 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.
Posted on Sep 13, 2012
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