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Port forwarding help

Discussion in 'Networking' started by Calsash, Dec 10, 2011.

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  1. Calsash

    Calsash Thread Starter

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    Before reading the rest please keep in mind that I am VERY new at this.

    My issues is that my family uses a ZyXEL 660 that doubles as a router with a WRT54G linksys.
    When I try to port forward with the WRT54G and then I test it it says that it isn't open, the ZyXEL itself has no option to port forward which is odd since I've seen screen shots of a port forwarding section.

    Ive tried putting it into bridge mode and Ive read up online but I cant seems to be able to port forward.

    Thanks in advance for any advice on fixing this, please bear with me though as I don't know what all terms mean since I have pretty much no prior experience.
     
  2. Calsash

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    Does ANYONE have a solution?
    I really would like to find out how to set it correctly.
    ANY advice is welcome.
     
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  4. Calsash

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    I read somewhere that the ZyXEL 660 is a modem but it also has router capabilities.
    I dont know about the firmware but I know that I used the right IP.
     
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