Dlink DSL 2730U Port forwarding

Hozhoz

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Greetings,please i need help port forwarding these ports on my router,i tried several times but i failed TCP: 80, 443, 13000, 13005, 13200, 14000, 14001, 14008, 14020, 14021, 14022, 14023 and 14024

UDP: 6015

screenshot:https://gyazo.com/ae8f8da7937f41303038e3af809ffc06

thank you in advance
 

Ralston18

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Far more than I can type.

More involved than the physical WAN and LAN ports.

Basic concept is that you want certain network traffic to go to a specific computer and more precisely to a specific port on that computer.

For the most part a port associated with some function, application, or game running on one of the host network computers.

What happens is that the router receives traffic for some specific port.

The router looks at its configuration information and finds that traffic for a specific port is to be forwarded to a computer using one of the allowed IP addresses. There are two IP address types: DHCP IP (by range) or a Static IP outside of the allowed DHCP IP address range.

For port forwarding the destination IP address must be a static IP (assigned to one computer) or the traffic would likely be sent to the wrong computer.

So the process is to configure the router accordingly. The destination computer must have a static IP address - that means the IP address always remains the same on the host network. And that static IP address should be reserved via the computer's MAC.

Here is a tutorial to help out:

http://www.steves-internet-guide.com/understanding-port-forwarding/

You can easily search for additional tutorials or videos. For example:

(Short)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-K6jMYBfuIY

or

LONG

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmQnJRXbzEk

Once you get a sense of it all then just search for additional videos or tutorials that may address any remaining questions.
 

Ralston18

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Try the procedure provided in the following link:

https://portforward.com/d-link/dsl-2730u/

Go step by step and focus on getting one port to work as required.

Then do the second port, the third port, and so on.

Pay close attention to any error messages or pop-ups.


 

Hozhoz

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it isn't the same format as my router i posted a screenshot for my router's configuration
 

Ralston18

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Does the following User Manual Link match your Dlink DSL-2730?

http://www.dlink.ir/downloads/Products/ADSL/DSL-2730U%20HW%20U1/Manual&QIG/DSL-2730U_U1_User%20Manual_v1.00(DME).pdf

Formats can and do vary.

The key is correctly entering the applicable information regarding data forwarding to the target device and the applicable port.

Once you have successfully gotten one port to work then you will know the "format" for the additional ports to be forwarded.



Trusting that I have identified the correct manual, Port forwarding is presented starting on Page 34.


 

Hozhoz

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page not found,look here is what i did https://gyazo.com/6811d257da5e65648443ea6a04b3bf3f,but how can i know if it works ?
 

Hozhoz

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Ralston18

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Far more than I can type.

More involved than the physical WAN and LAN ports.

Basic concept is that you want certain network traffic to go to a specific computer and more precisely to a specific port on that computer.

For the most part a port associated with some function, application, or game running on one of the host network computers.

What happens is that the router receives traffic for some specific port.

The router looks at its configuration information and finds that traffic for a specific port is to be forwarded to a computer using one of the allowed IP addresses. There are two IP address types: DHCP IP (by range) or a Static IP outside of the allowed DHCP IP address range.

For port forwarding the destination IP address must be a static IP (assigned to one computer) or the traffic would likely be sent to the wrong computer.

So the process is to configure the router accordingly. The destination computer must have a static IP address - that means the IP address always remains the same on the host network. And that static IP address should be reserved via the computer's MAC.

Here is a tutorial to help out:

http://www.steves-internet-guide.com/understanding-port-forwarding/

You can easily search for additional tutorials or videos. For example:

(Short)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-K6jMYBfuIY

or

LONG

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmQnJRXbzEk

Once you get a sense of it all then just search for additional videos or tutorials that may address any remaining questions.
 

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