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Ihave a 2wire gateway and a 2wire wireless,i am trying to do port forwarding on the wireless and and i cant seem to get it done how do i do this.iput the info in about the app and the port number and


are they both router?
if they are both routers chances are they are both trying to do the same thing.
give the make and model and we will see whats up

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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.

You also need to make sure that your modem or router has port forwarding features..

you may also visit this link for instructions on how to forward or open ports to different types of routers...

http://portforward.com/


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I have D link router DES 1008 V. I cant do port forwarding. I cant download torrents.


Check out this link, everything you need to know about port forwarding and more. http://portforward.com/

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I'm attempting to install a d-link wbr-2310 wireless router on my laptop. The install wizard stops me early when checking the network connections and tells me "No wired adapter connect (i.e. Ethernet...


Believe it or not, I had similar problems and actually called the help # on the card with the router. 5 min. & I saved a ton of aggravation, that I never would have figured out.

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I want to diasble my router firewall and cant fiquere where its at


Disable router firewalls by logging in to the administration interface of your router and looking for a firewall section.

To log type http://192.168.0.1

The administration interfaces differ depending on the manufacturer and model, so your wireless router might not have a firewall section. If it does, click on that section and turn off the firewall.
Step2Forward a port. If the firewall is preventing an external computer from connecting to your internal client, you will need to forward a port to your client. Step3Find your internal IP address. Step4Click on "Start -> Run..." and enter "cmd" into the box. When the command-line pops up, enter "ipconfig" and hit "Enter." Find your IP address in the statistics that are printed out. Step5Refer to your software's documentation to find which port number must be forwarded. Step6Log in to your router's administration interface. Step7Click on "Port Forwarding" or an equivalently named section. The name of the section will differ depending on your router's manufacturer and model. Step8Add, on the correct port, a forward to your IP address. You will have to update this port forward in the future if your IP address changes. If your IP address changes often, ask your network administrator for a static IP address. This will fix your problem. Don't forget to rate my help! :-)
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ST585v6 router -how to set it up to allow forwarding of ports 5198 5199 & 5200 ? Trying to use it for a ham radio system called EchoLink. Thanks


ra config
Configure remote access parameters.
SYNTAX:
ra config [port = <number]>
[mode = <Permanent]>

I found the above command relating to port numbers in the reference manual for your access point. You can try this. If it does not work, below is a link to the Thomson website where you can view the pdf file for your access point's reference manual where you will find many other commands.

http://www.thomsontelecompartner.com/dsl-modems-gateways/products/product-detail.php?id=104

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Port forwarding


hi there,
this is a basic step used to forward ports to your system.
Port Forwarding Steps for Routers 1. Log into your router. Usually the URL is http://192.168.1.1/, and enter the username , and the password . If you have never set a password, the password (which you should change) is admin. Consult the manual if you have never set up your router before or need to reset the password. 2. Click on the "Applications & Gaming" tab or Under Advanced, click Port Forwarding.
3. Click on the "Port Range Forward" tab .
4. In the "application" field, type "web" (if you are forwarding wb traffic on port 80) or "torrent" (if you are forwarding bittorrent traffic on port 40156). This is just a "nickname" so that you can recognize what you were trying to do when you come back to it.
5. In the "Start" field, enter: 80
6. In the "End" field, also enter: 80
7. Set "Protocol" to TCP. Web and Bittorrent servers use only TCP, so there's no reason fo forward UDP traffic too and create an unnecessary security risk.
8. In the "IP Address" field, enter: 192.168.1.11 or your system IP address.
9. Click "Save Settings." Forwarding should begin immediately.

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Re: Portforwarding thru a router not listed on portfoarward


ok... the IP address for your modem/router is probably 192.168.0.1

type that address into your webbrowser.  the username to login is probably admin, and the password is probably the same: admin.

once you log in, the very top row should have a link for 'firewall'

when you click on that, it should bring up the port forwarding screen.

manual for that model, including setting up port forwarding, is here:

http://www.sitecom.com/showdownload.php?id=3675

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