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Vash2000

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#1 12 years ago

Hello guy's, I have BellSouth DSL and I really want to know how to open up port's or turn off the router? can any help me please?




cokefizz3000

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#2 12 years ago

Why would you want to turn the router off?! Your connection would go bye bye. Unless of course you have it set up a diffrent way. the only way i could think of to sure fire turn your router off would be to unplug it.




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#3 12 years ago

There are different standards on networking equipments throughout the globe so your best of reading up on your modem/router specifics. here is the link to the Bellsouth Help Center. You should find info on how to configure your network settings there.




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#4 12 years ago
'[+Glasius+']There are different standards on networking equipments throughout the globe so your best of reading up on your modem/router specifics. here is the link to the Bellsouth Help Center. You should find info on how to configure your network settings there.

I went to that site and made a topic and no one didn't help me and this was a while ago and I checked my old topic and no one never posted.




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#5 12 years ago
cokefizz3000Why would you want to turn the router off?! Your connection would go bye bye. Unless of course you have it set up a diffrent way. the only way i could think of to sure fire turn your router off would be to unplug it.

How would I unplug my router, and if I do it will it turn off my internet?




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#6 12 years ago

Obviously, Im using a HG router and as soon as i plug it in, it gets the 1 light for power, then next light for connection, And when i turn my PC on and enable connection it connectes through the router and my third link light goes on. When you dont need your internet just disable then unplug your router. Simple :)




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#7 12 years ago
Vash2000How would I unplug my router, and if I do it will it turn off my internet?

Unplugging it is the same as switching it off. I'm gonna look on another site for you to see if a method i know of will work with your router. brb


the internet is skynet



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#8 12 years ago

Unplugin is just turning the power off really..




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#9 12 years ago

telnet://192.168.1.1 <--- Click here

It may ask you for a user and password

Standard: User: admin Password: admin

Copy these, amend and press enter after each paste.

Stealth and Security

create ipf rule entry ruleid 5 dir out act accept storestate enable seclevel high medium low

create ipf rule entry ruleid 500000 ifname public dir in act deny seclevel high medium low

Ports

create ipf rule entry ruleid ifname public dir in act accept destport range transprot eq tcp seclevel high medium low

NAT

create nat rule entry ruleid 100000 napt

create nat rule entry ruleid rdr prot num 6 lcladdrfrom 192.168.1.3* lcladdrto 192.168.1.3* destportfrom num destportto num

*This is your LAN address. The last number depends on how many connections you have. Usually 192.168.1.3

If you get an error through telnet, post it and i will help you as best as i can..

For more information on NAT, Stealth and other thing look here


the internet is skynet



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#10 12 years ago

Log onto your router by typing in the network gateway IP in the address field of a browser. You can find the gateway IP by running the command ipconfig in a commandwindow (press start, press run, type CMD press enter).

Portforwarding is done in the console you log onto. Leave most other router functions as they are if you are unsure about you ISP configs.

EDIT: Nice guide -Sparks- but some of the stuff doesnt apply to all network equipment :p




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