Port Forwarding in GNet Routers

WARNING: If you make any changes to your router's configuration, you do so at your own risk. If you need Internet Express to re-configure your router as a result of any misconfiguration, it will be billable at our current hourly rate for router configuration.

· Open your web browser and enter 192.168.1.1 in the address bar. Your screen should look like this:


· Click the "Advanced Configuration" link on the left. Your screen should now look like this:


· Enter the username as
admin and the password that was supplied on the install sheet that was provided with your equipment. This sheet would have been left by the installer or mailed to you with the GNet router.


· Your screen should now look like this:


· Under the "Security Interfaces" section, click on the "Advanced NAT Configuration" link (located beneath the "Disable NAT to internal interfaces" button). Your screen should now look like this:


· Click on the "Add Reserved Mapping..." link under the "Reserved Mappings" section. Your screen should now look like this:


· In the field under "Internal IP Address", enter the IP address of the computer you want to open the port to (example:
192.168.1.150)**. Select the appropriate Transport Type from the list to the right of that, then enter the number of the port you wish to open in the next field to the right of that.
The "Global IP Address" field should be left alone at
0.0.0.0 . Your screen should now look something like this:

** If you are unsure of your computer's IP address, select your operating system here for instructions on how to find it:
    Windows 95/98/ME | Windows 2000/XP


· Click the "Add Reserved Mapping" button. Your screen should now look like this:


· Click on the "System" link in the list on the left. Your screen should now look like this:


· Click the "Save config" link in the list on the left. Your screen should now look like this:


· Click on the "Save" button on the right side of your screen.
It may take a few seconds for the router to save its configuration, but after it has completed the page should reload automatically and look like this:


The changes you have made to your router's configuration have been saved.