Hi I have recently upgraded my router to the Telkom ADSL Premuim Combo and need to allow port sharing to ports 3724, 6112 and the range 6881-6999. I have been able to configure my Norton software but can't figure out how to configure the router. Hope you can help. Thanx Rod.
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As the application requires certain ports to be opened on the router,try to follow the steps below to configure the router. Since you are connecting behind the router, you are going behind a NAT firewall.Therefore, you would need to allow ports for the remote access application to go through the firewall. You would need to know what port number application uses. You can check with the program manufacturer for the information, or see the Help menu.
For routers with old firmware versions (without the Cisco web interface):
1.Open Internet Explorer. 2.After "Internet Explorer" opens, please typehttp://192.168.1.1 into the "Address Bar" and click GO. 3.The "Enter Network Password" window will appear. Skip username and type admin (admin is the default password) as the password,and click OK. 4.You will need to click on the Advanced tab to the very right. Once the "Filters" area appears, please click on the Forwarding tab. 5.Once the "Forwarding" area appears, click the Port Triggering button. Once you've done this, a new window will appear.Enter the ports needed to be opened > Click Apply
For later firmware (that has the Cisco web interface)
1.Open Internet Explorer. 2.After "Internet Explorer" opens, please typehttp://192.168.1.1 into the "Address Bar" and click GO. 3.The "Enter Network Password" window will appear. Skip username and type admin (admin is the default password) as the password,and click OK. 4.Click on "Applications and Gaming" then click on the "Port Triggering" Sub tab. Enter the ports needed to be opened >Click Save Settings.
Customized Trigger Port Range Incoming Port Range Application From ~ To From ~To WARCRAFT 6112-6112 6112-6112 WARCRAFT 6113-6119 6113-6119
Hope this help everyone that has problem with the game.
lets resolve your concern what i understand is that you are able to go online with all your computers and able to share the data as well, I suggest you to open the port number : 6112 which i find for you as mentioned on the websites on your router and then you will able to join the game on all the 6 computers, and make sure you open the port in TCP/IP mode.
Make sure your private IP address is statically set. Your public IP address is obtained from your ISP and is what other users will be connecting to. You can not manipulate your public IP address so if your ISP is running DHCP, it is very possible that your public address is changing. Also if you are frequently disconnecting your modem, it is possible your ISP is leasing you a new public IP address each time. So try to keep things as static as possible. As far as the battle net stuff.
Diablo, Warcraft II Battle.net Edition, and StarCraft: Allow port 6112-6119 TCP and UDP out and in Diablo II: Allow port 6112 TCP out and allow established sessions in Allow port 4000 TCP out (realm games) Allow port 4000 TCP out and in (hosting open games only) Warcraft III: Allow port 6112 TCP out and allow established sessions in Allow port 6112 TCP in (hosting custom games) Allow port 6113-6119 TCP out and in (hosting custom games if you've changed the default port in the Options/Gameplay screen) If you are still having problems after you open up the required ports, try opening 116(TCP) and 118(TCP). I don't really know if these ports are required or not. I have had people tell me that opening up those two ports have helped them connect to battle.net.
Hope that helps. For manipulating ports in your router I suggest consulting your user manual, or online FAQ. Save your router config before applying any changes, and always remember, opening up ports subjects you to different types of security threats so be aware that is a risk you are taking.
I think Not.
There are ADSL wireless routers however.
I guess your purpose is to make your ADSL modem available wirelessly, you can connect the
modem via lan line to the wireless and use that as a router.
Go to Network Sharing Center. Select Undefined Network click on customize click on IP4 enabled IP6 Enabled then go to advanced setup type IP address 192.168.1.1 on all fields. restart computer completely unplug and connect power supply again to router. that's it. If it fails go to http://192.168.1.1 type username admin password admin then on sidebar click on advanced setup click on WAN then select first row from top.. select next then click on Bridge Tnen Next Seav and Save/Reboot. Close Browser. wait for 2 mins . then dial PPPoE manually from Network Sharing Center.