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I need the port number for ip 192.168.0.2 where is it found? something about it being on my panel......
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dyndns DNS and Port 800
Odds are; you will likely find mdbs_daemon or something on most of your computers on your LAN also doing traffic on this port. It's probably not a good idea to use this value.
From my experience in networks and routing, you are also better off if you can put the port up in the unprivileged region (1024~65535). The reason is that hackers typically spend the time down lower than this and they are looking for known services. It takes too long to scan ports up in the high regions, and you are more likely to be discovered for your activity. Try using port numbers that are strange; eg. 8888 or 5555 and similar. A lot of routers will let you do a "redirect" such as bringing port 8888 on the outside to port 80 on the inside to your device.
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
connect your router your computer via LAN cable
click start on windows
click run and type CMD
On the DOS command prompt type IPCONFIG/ALL
look for the gateway address, that is the IP Adress of your router
Posted on Feb 11, 2008
SOURCE: cannot acess ip address
HI! you can access the ip address of your router by connecting it directly to your computer.. if you are using a windows xp operating system. use your mouse and click on start and select run, from there it will show a box and type in on the box cmd and it will show you a dos prompt and from there just type ipconfig /all and it will show your ip address..
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
Sounds like a configuration issue. With some routers you can set them up for bridging. Normally port 1 would connect your "bridge" and port 2-4 would connect your computers. You can test this by plugging your modem into port 1, and your computer in port 2. Power cycle your router and see if you get connectivity. It may be in your best benefit to reset the router to factory settings and see if 2-4 work with factory settings. After the reset, reconfigure the wireless side and your firewall.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
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