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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
I know what you're going through as it is common on Belkin routers. There are actually some good solutions to this found on youtube for simple instruction to help demostrate but I'm gleaned you already have done some of the advanced steps. Here is my question did you ever set your xbox 360 with a static ip address and then add it to the firewall/virtual server settings. You put the static ip address in and the xbox 360 ports.
Sometimes not just the dmz or port configurations cause your nat settings to be other than open, you may not have good internet connection, the better it is the more you will open. Most routers are open by default, and those others need to be forwarded(like you wrote) with the upnp open and specific ports for xbox/ps3 servers opened. You seem to know a little already, maybe time to get a new router?,I recently upgraded myself due to problems with configuration.
Actually you don't need to forward ports when playing online games. The router should automatically locate the ports for the game because it has UPnP function. Here's what you can do. Disable the port forwarding and DMZ that you set on the router. Look for the UPnP function of the router and disable, Save it. Enable it again, then save. Now power cycle your router. If you have Static IP on the PS3 network settings, try to set it first to automatic IP and automatic DNS.
Hi, In this regard, I would recommend you to forward certain port no’s on the Router.
Port numbers: UDP- 88, TCP/UDP- 3074
It is in this context, I would suggest you to please try with the following troubleshooting steps:
A) Assign static IP and DNS address to the XBOX.
1. Assign IP address as: 192.168.1.50; Subnet mask as: 255.255.255.0 and Default Gateway as: 192.168.1.1 2. Assign Primary DNS Address as: 192.168.1.1 and Secondary DNS Address as: 188.8.131.52
# Please Contact X-Box Technical Support to assign the Static IP Address on Your X-Box.
C) Open the ports on the Router using the following steps:
1. Click on Port Forwarding under Advanced. 2. Click on ‘Port Forwarding’ on the left hand column on the screen. 3. On the bottom of the screen, click on ‘Add Custom Service’. 4. Give a name to the service (for example, XBOX1). 5. Select Service Type as UDP and key in the starting port and ending port as 88. 6. In the Server IP Address specify 192.168.1.50 7. Hit ‘Apply’. 8. Click on 'Wan Setup' Under 'Advanced'. 9. Check the box 'DMZ Server'. Type in the IP Address 192.168.1.50. Click On 'Apply'. 10. Log Out of the Router Page.
Please repeat Steps 3 – 7 to configure the ports “UDP/TCP 3074”.
DMZ is a feature that is included on some routers but is not in Internet sharing software. A DMZ allows a single computer on your LAN to expose ALL of its ports to the Internet. When doing this, the exposed computer is no longer ?behind? the firewall.
Port Forwarding vs DMZ
A DMZ is far easier to set up than port forwarding but exposes your entire computer to the Internet. Sometimes TCP/IP applications require very specialized IP configurations that are difficult to set up or are not supported by your router. In this case, placing your computer in the DMZ is the only way to get the application working. Placing a computer in the DMZ should be considered ?temporary? because your firewall is no longer able to provide any security to it.