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Trying to forward port in order to get proper download speeds. Need a how-to guide to configure this on my D-Link router (WBR 1310).

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    Thanks Dutchman05 for the help...worked like a charm. Rock on Brother!!

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Need a port opened to speed up downloads


Hi. It really depends on what type of modem or router you are using to open up ports. Also if you are using an application for downloading such as Bitcomet, you need to find out what port or listening port is currently configured on Bitcomet. for example, the listening port on Bitcomet is 4545, then you have to open port 4545 on your router or modem.

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http://portforward.com/


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Okay, first what is the operating system you are using? Examples:

Windows 98
Windows 2000
Windows ME
Windows XP
Windows Vista
OS X (Apple)
etc

The basics are as follows.
1)Make sure that the computer you are using to access the D-Link is connected to it via an ethernet cable.
2)Power on both the computer and the D-Link device
3)After everything is booted up all the way, open up a browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, etc).
4)In the address bar at the top type in the IP address of the router which by default is 192.168.0.1.
5)This should bring you to a log in page asking for a username and password. The username is Admin and the password area you leave blank.

Here is a link to D-Link support about this:
http://support.dlink.com/faq/view.asp?prod_id=2613&question=WBR%2D1310

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Hello cook_ka

You can find information about and downloads for your "DI-524UP 54 Mbps Wireless Broadband Router Plus Print Server" HERE on D-Link's Australia & New Zealand regional web site.

You can find its product manual HERE. Please, download this manual. (You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader or another PDF file reader in order to open the file.)

In order to access the router and get it configured initially, connect a computer to any one of the router LAN ports (NOT the WAN port) using an Ethernet patch cable.

The instructions for configuring your router begin on page 8 of the product manual.

This router has a configuration wizard as well. Instructions for using the configuration wizard begin on page 10 of the manual.

NOTE-1: The default IP address of your router is 192.168.0.1

NOTE-2: Don't try to access the router wirelessly until you have the router configured and your connection to the Internet working (using a "wired" connection from your computer to the router).

NOTE-3: I assume that, since your ISP is BigPond, that your Internet access connection is ADSL. In that case, you are going to need your ADSL login credentials (primary account user name and password) in order to configure the WAN side of your router settings.


Please, let us know if this information was helpful to you or, of course, if you have any further questions.

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