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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Some times you will need to open the Logical Ports on the router.
These are the logical ports.
For this you will need to open the set up interface of the router.
Once you open the set up interface of the router, you will be able to find the settings on the router where you can open the ports for the particular program.
If you are opening the ports for a special device in your network, then you must know the IP address of that device.
For example, wireless camera, DVR, X-box, Play station ...
You can choose the option PORT FORWARDING for a special device application.
If you just want to open the ports for all the network, then you can choose PORT TRIGGERING
For example ,
You have a Linksys wireless router and you want to open the ports for the X-box.
You have opened the set up interface of the router. You will see Application and Gaming TAB at the top.
If you click on that tab you will find different Sub tabs.
Click on Port Triggering => Here you can open the port numbers for the network.
Click On Port forwarding if you want to open the ports for a special device in the network.
Click Save settings once you open the ports on the router.
Some of the recommended port numbers for different applications :
IMAP ==> 143 SMTP : 25
HTTPS ==> 443 HTTP : 80
DNS ==> 53 FTP : 21
SNMP ==> 161 TELNET : 23
XBOX ==> 53, 80-88, 3074
PS3 ==> 80, 443-447 ,5223, 3478-3479, 3658, 10070-10080.
WII ==> 28910, 29900, 29901, 29920, 80, 443
VPN ==> 1723, 500, 443-447, 10000-20000
World of Wars ==> 3724, 6112, 6881 - 6999
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Posted on Dec 06, 2009
SOURCE: port forwarding
As i remember all port forwarding was under Virtual Server configuration. But you need to check maybe web cam is using more then 1 port. Try to play with netstat to see, to which ports Connection establishing when you are connecting to cam.
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
Step 1:Connect Modem - Router - Computer (Wired)
Step 2:Open Router Setup by typing http://192.168.2.1 on the address bar of internet explorer
Step 3:On the Left click firewall
Step 4:Leave the Password blank and click submit
Step 5:Disable it and click apply changes
Step 6:Scan and connect in the DVR
Step 7: Get the IP Address of the DVR
Step 8:Open Router Setup in the Computer
Step 9:On the left under Firewall Click DMZ
Step 10:Enable the IP Address of the DVR in it
Step 11:Click Apply Changes
Step 13:On the left Under Utilities click System settings
Step 14:Scroll down to the bottom
Step 15:Enable UPnP
Step 16:Click apply changes
Step 17:Test the connection
If working then let me know
If it is still not working
Open Router setup
At the middle Under internet settings check the WAN IP
IF it starts with 192.168. or 172.16 Then you will have to contact your internet service and ask them to bridge the modem
Posted on Dec 12, 2010
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