Port Forwarding !

July 9, 2009 at 06:07:15
Specs: Windows XP
I need to forward the port 7171 , i have tried to visit www.portforward.com but my router model is not listed so the easiest way to portforward is now gone and i have also tried to google it but i got nothing thats why i have decided to post here asking for help , well what i need exactly is to port forward the port 7171 , 7172 . my router model is BeWAN IAD DGV814-E2-BW Vodafone_EG and my provider is Vodafone , if someone could help with this it would be really great . and if there is anything that you guys need to know just feel free to ask me .

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July 9, 2009 at 08:31:52
can you access the routers web interface?

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July 9, 2009 at 09:05:08
go into the command prompt and type ipconfig. THe will be a list of stuff. type the default gateway into your internet browser and it should bring you to the routers web interface if it asks you for a password type it in you have one set if you do not know it look up the default password for the router on google or check your instruction manual once in the web interface there should be a port tab or option click on that then type in the port you want forwarded then save your info and it should be forwarded

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July 9, 2009 at 15:45:20
There is no port tab in my router web interface , let me tell you exactly what i got in my router web interface . i got
# Firewall
# DynDNS
# UPnP

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July 9, 2009 at 16:03:55
go to the firewall tab. Port forwarding here?

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July 10, 2009 at 04:06:44
nope its not under firewall tab : (

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July 10, 2009 at 04:14:49
well , i got this under the NAT tab

NAT management and port redirection

You can use this function to manually create rules to translate IP addresses and ports in your home network into an Internet address and port. This means you can protect yourself from unsolicited requests from the outside world. The application you want to configure may already be in the list of preconfigured applications.

Port and NAT parameter

NAT : {Enabled / Disabled} , its enabled

List of NAT rules Consult the help system of your applications to find out the parameters you need to correctly configure your NAT (Network Address Translation) rules.

Application : ........ Protocol : ........ Source port : ......... Destination IP : ............ Destination port : ...........

Now i guess i should fill the empty fields up there and just press add button , but the problem is that i dont know what shall i fill in exactley , especially for the first field , actually for all of them :D

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July 10, 2009 at 08:01:41
"I need to forward the port 7171 "

what app do you want to forward: put that in app
what protocol? tcp or udp or both? Unsure put both
you already know both source and distination port 7171
distination ip - what pc are you forwarding port 7171 to?

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