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Look another column to the right to find your Conexant router's password. And it does, after I put the correct ports onto > the Virtual Server page. > > Hope that helps...... > Nemo, Oct 20, 2003 #8 Andrew Guest On Mon, Stay logged in Welcome to Network Builders! Well, I am not an expert... http://uberbandwidth.com/port-forwarding/port-forwarding-on-a-dsl-router.php

Skip to content Board index ‹ Router Specific Change font size Print view Conexant - Ports Exceeded ... Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. Before port forwarding, all my connections were local, (and were few, if not entirely, non-existent on this particular torrent). Stay logged in Sign up now! https://forums.techguy.org/threads/port-forwarding-on-conexant-adsl-router.651852/

Kind Regards, Chris Drake http://adsltech.7host.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=146&PN=1 also has some different advice on locking down the router - I have not tried this. Find Your Conexant Router Model NumberLook in the left column of the Conexant router password list below to find your Conexant router model number. Are you sure?(Y/N) Type Y: Message: NVRAM updated This does not reset the ADSL modem, only clears the NVRAM. Privacy Policy Terms and Rules Help Connect With Us Log-in Register Contact Us Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2015 XenForo Ltd.

To email unscramble & remove spamtrap. And it does, after I put the correct ports onto the Virtual Server page. Although that is undoubtedly just down to the constantly changing BitTorrent environment. Thread Status: Not open for further replies.

Just >>>remember that you have to save the changes which reboots the router so >>>they take effect. >> >>To satisfy your curiosity (spelling??), I've started using BitTorrent >>and port forwarding has Having to create a port forward is common in gaming, VoIP configurations, and torrenting. To: Jocelyn Does the above look about right to you (in order to pert forward)? Any help most gratefully received.

I think you've got the port forwarding working ok, but you need to use a proxy to be able to test it from your network - to be able to go This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. by old_forum_BobR » Mon Aug 14, 2006 7:31 pm Actually there's a special area on the Forum for questions about the Port Trigger program. CHANGE PASSWORD (Option 3 doesn't work) The password can actually be set.

  1. My test device was an Origo ASR-8100, but there are other routers based on this chipset, which run vxWorks.
  2. Vendor notification ------------------- UK support for Vendor ([email protected]) was notified on 30th August 2003 - entirety of reply message was 'Thanks a lot'.
  3. Check groups.google.com before asking a question.
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by old_forum_arames » Mon Aug 14, 2006 6:44 pm Any help dearest Admin? CHANGE PASSWORD 4. Does somebody know how to define Port forwarding on Conexant ADSL router? I've mapped the ports on > the Virtual Server page to the local IP address. > > I'm trying to enable web and telnet traffic into a local Unix server.

doh! check my blog anyway, thanks again for your help, it's much appreciated all the best chris scienide View Public Profile Visit scienide's homepage! i was also trying to connect outside my LAN then back in through the same port for ages thinking it wasn't working, then it dawned on me! Topic locked 12 posts • Page 1 of 2 • 1, 2 Conexant - Ports Exceeded ...

If not, ask again and I'll ask my networking guru (who is helpfully offline right now!) -- Buffy : I told you. Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Internet & Networking > Networking > Computer problem? ADSL ALARM HISTORY 5. this content I said end of the world and you¹re like 'poo-poo southern California, poo-poo!' Giles : I¹m so very sorry.

I though this must be a port problem with my ADSL Router. About Us We're a discussion forum for anything related to networking and IT. So I did the port forwarding, and lo, it sprang to life!

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What next? Andrew, Oct 20, 2003 #9 Nemo Guest Andrew wrote: > On Mon, 20 Oct 2003 00:34:10 +0100, Nemo <> > wrote: > > >>ID Public Port Private Port Port Type Host Vendor doesn't advertise an email address so were notified via web form on that date - no response received. http://uberbandwidth.com/port-forwarding/port-forwarding-and-router-problem.php If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members.