Enable Port Forwarding for Outdoor Router

Port Forwarding Introduction

Port forwarding is an application of network address translation (NAT) that redirects a communication request from one address and port number combination to another. Port Forwarding allows remote computers to connect the outdoor router within a private local-area network (LAN).

How to Enable Port Forwarding

  1. Log into outdoor router
    Default IP:
    Username: root
    Password: “root” or “admin”
  2. Click on “Network” then “Firewall” menu on the top main menu
  3. Click on “Port forwards” button under main menu.
  4. Click on “Add”
  5. “Name” Type server name (e.g. “TestName”)
    “Protocol” select “TCP+UDP”
    “External zone” select “WAN”
    “External port” to “80”
    “Internal zone” select “LAN”
    “Internal IP Address” Enter the IP of the computer
    “Internal port” to “80”
  6. Click on “Save & Apply”

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