Question about Belkin N1 Vision Router
I can't open ports in my Belkin N1 Vision Router. The Add button doesn't do anything.
Ascertain what incoming ports you need to open and the IP address of the device / computer that you wish to forward to and set the ports up manually.
· Enter a description for the service
· Enter the inbound port ranges from WAN
· Enter TCP/ UDP type
· Enter IP address that the service is to be forwarded
· Enter the private port range (keep these the same as the incoming ports unless you are running multiple services ie 2 web servers on port 80)
· Click enable check box and save entry
· Repeat as required.
Posted on Jul 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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