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I'm currently using Lantech router model WL54G-BR..Is this router a "UPnP" router? Can I set the router Port Forwarding..I wanted to access the setting to this router but I forgot the IP address..Does anyone knows the standard IP for this router?

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Hi.

I think router does not have UPNP support function.

There is no much literature on Lantech old router, new series have replaced the old like, and all documentation had been wiped off their website.

Programming and opening port is done by connecting the router to computer via Ethernet cable, typing router IP in computer address bar (do IPconfig/all if you do not know IP, it will be listed as gateway). After opening router panel look for the port management, if there is none, then as suspected there is no UPNP support.

Here manufacturer website: http://www.lantechcom.tw




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