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Port forwarding on Mentor Broadband router. Please help!



 
 
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Old July 26th 05, 10:49 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Farril
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Default Port forwarding on Mentor Broadband router. Please help!


Hi, i have a Mentor Broadband router Model: ADSL-FR4II. i would like t
forward 4 ports, but i cannot find any guide anywhere to suite thi
model. Please could some give a rough guide to how i would forward m
ports. Thanks to anyone that helps.

/Farri

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Old July 27th 05, 02:49 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
George
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Default Port forwarding on Mentor Broadband router. Please help!


"Farril" wrote in message
...

Hi, i have a Mentor Broadband router Model: ADSL-FR4II. i would like
to
forward 4 ports, but i cannot find any guide anywhere to suite this
model. Please could some give a rough guide to how i would forward my
ports. Thanks to anyone that helps.

/Farril



I've never used this router, but it usually involves going to the router
config page, and looking for NAT settings. The config page can usually
be accessed by pointing your browser to a specified IP, usually starting
192.168 or 10.0


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Old July 27th 05, 10:36 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
pete devlin
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Default Port forwarding on Mentor Broadband router. Please help!

In message , George
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"Farril" wrote in message
...

Hi, i have a Mentor Broadband router Model: ADSL-FR4II. i would like
to
forward 4 ports, but i cannot find any guide anywhere to suite this
model. Please could some give a rough guide to how i would forward my
ports. Thanks to anyone that helps.

/Farril



I've never used this router, but it usually involves going to the router
config page, and looking for NAT settings. The config page can usually
be accessed by pointing your browser to a specified IP, usually starting
192.168 or 10.0


IIRC they call their port forwarding "virtual server". Look for that in
the setup and you'll find what you need.
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