I'm trying to setup this router so that traffic can get to my webserver. I've done it on Linksys routers with no problem, but they keep dying(disposable?!?). On the Zonet admin page, you're supposed to be able to click on NAT and select Virtual Server. However, that screen doesn't come up on mine. I'm wondering if I need to do a firmware upgrade, or if the instructions that I found on the net are just incorrect( don't know where the manual is at the moment). Anybody have any experience with this router? Thanks!
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Not a lot of info to go on, but I'll give you my thoughts on it. In my experience, limited connectivity indicates the modem isn't connecting up to the internet. You can reset the modem by unpowering it for a few seconds, then seeing if it will connect, but I'm sure you've already tried that. Could be a faulty modem, but I doubt it. Chances are there's a software incompatibility issue between the modem and the wireless card. Was the zonet working with the card before? If it was, you might have to go into Network in control panel and delete the linksys connection, and have windows redetect the Zonet. Sorry, all I can think of, not a whole lot of experience in this arena, and my routers always worked. Maybe someone will have had the same problem and know the solution, that would be the easiest way to go, of course.
If the router is connected to the internet then you just have to setup a new internet connection from Network Connections. Select the option for new internet connection. From there read carefully all the options before selecting. And even if you go wrong anywhere, you can come BACK and correct yourself. Select the Router and then give the ID and Password and you will be through.
go to http://www.whatismyip.com/ and then have them type in that ip address. if you have had them typing in your internal ip address that will not work. Try the ip that that website tells you is yours. Also do you have it forward port 80 to your computer? also you should set up DHCP reservations for the server. Hope that that helped.
You need to login to your router and go to firewall or virtual servers. In there you can setup port forwarding. The goal is to forward external (internet) traffic to a specific internal machine (your PS3). You do this on a per TCP/UDP port basis and must specify the appropriate external TCP and/or UDP port and internal TCP and/or UDP port. Sounds harder than it is.
Or you can setup your PS3 in your router's DMZ (Demiliterized Zone). This sets up the router to forward ALL internet sourced traffic to a specific machine (your PS3). This is the easier way to do it so you don't have to worry about specific TCP/UDP port numbers.