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Old 02-05-11, 02:38 AM   #2
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Default Re: Port forwarding help

EDIT NOTE: D-Link uses a different IP range than your MN-700 by default. Instead of all your IP addresses being 192.168.2.xxx they will be 192.168.0.xxx.

If your phones are setup on a Static IP, you will need to change the 2 to a 0 on the third octet.

If your phones are setup on a Dynamic IP, then you will need to get the IP address of each phone before you proceed. I would also suggest in this case that you create a DHCP reservation for each phone so that there IP's wont change.


Name: VP1
Ports to Open (TCP): 1720
IP Address: The IP address of Phone 1
Ports to Open (UDP): Leave Blank
Schedule: Always
Inbound Filter: Allow All

Name: VP2
Ports to Open (TCP): 15328-15348
IP Address: The IP address of Phone 1
Ports to Open (UDP): 15328-15348
Schedule: Always
Inbound Filter: Allow All

Rule for VP3 is not needed because you can open the ports for TCP and UDP in the same rule.

Name: VP2_1
Ports to Open (TCP): 52012
IP Address: The IP address of Phone 2
Ports to Open (UDP): Leave Blank
Schedule: Always
Inbound Filter: Allow All

Name: VP2_2
Ports to Open (TCP): 52000-52011
IP Address: The IP address of Phone 2
Ports to Open (UDP): 52000-52011
Schedule: Always
Inbound Filter: Allow All

Same rule applies vor VP2_3, not needed.


Also, did you run any speedtests on the new router using the wireless?
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