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Need to forward two UDP ports

Hi, I need to forward two UDP ports. Do I need to know anything about the router? It's across the hall.

I tried to find info on the router by typing the default gateway into the browser, but it couldn't connect. Otherwise, I have good connection for surfing.

If I don't need to know about the router, then how do I forward (I cannot find the "forward UDP button", ha!)

Running XP sp2, home edition

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  • drphyto Sep 12, 2009

    Hi 2Gigs;
    I guess I do need to connect to the router then. The default gateway is 10.0.1.1
    But it won't connect when I type it into the browser. (by the way, the browser sticks an http:// onto it.)
    The router is hooked to the Comcast cable. Do you have any idea why it wouldn't connect? If it did, I would still need the username and password wouldn't I. I was going to try admin and blank, etc. He gave me the psk so I can surf, but I'd rather not worry him with me poking around in his router with port forwarding. I don't know him, he's just my neighbor.

  • Raymond Roque
    Raymond Roque May 11, 2010

    You need to access the configuration page of the router. What is your default gateway? Do you have DSL or Cable connection?

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Your going to have to get in to the administration portion of the router to setup port forwarding.....without this access you can't do anything to forward the ports....

There should be someone who has this access as it sounds like your in a dorm/apartment environment....

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  • KevinEBrown Sep 12, 2009

    Well if it is connected to the Comcast Modem it is still your gateway and Comcast is internally seen as the WAN on the Router. So it is correct that the HTTP is added and your browser should be going to the router/Gateway.



    Are you getting a Login Prompt? With the right setup you can actually block access to the Router and or limit access to the Router Login area which may be the case.



    I have my router setup to only allow 192.168.2.100 to login...everyone else is blocked from access to port 80 on 192.168.2.254...keeps the kids out of it and more secure...IMO

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You need to plug you computer with a cat-5 [internet] cable then type in the default gateway,, and login

Default user name = admin
default pass = admin or password or keep it blank

if you get in look for port forwarding,

if you cant login.. then the username/password was set from default,

you can set it back to default setting, by restarting the router, to do that look for a small hole in the back it should say reset, push and hold this to reset

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    Matthew Albert Sep 12, 2009

    sorry let me reword that first part..



    You need to plug your computer into the router using a cat 5[internet] cable to log into your routor,

    Most router come setup to not alow access to router admin via wireless

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Try http://portforward.com/ and let me know if you need more help after going over that.

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