Draytek: Port Forwarding

Discus and support Draytek: Port Forwarding in XboX Networking Hardware to solve the problem; Draytek (Modems/Gateways): Port Forwarding Draytek- Vigor2500 Login Information: Default Gateway – 192.168.1.1 Username – *none* Password – *none*... Discussion in 'XboX Networking Hardware' started by XBR Poseidon, Aug 4, 2014.

  1. XBR Poseidon
    XBR Poseidon Guest

    Draytek: Port Forwarding


    Draytek (Modems/Gateways): Port Forwarding
    Draytek- Vigor2500

    Login Information:

    Default Gateway – 192.168.1.1

    Username – *none*

    Password – *none*



    Port Forwarding

    1. Open a web browser.
    2. Enter http://192.168.1.1 (or click the link).
    3. Click the Ok button.
    4. Select NAT Setup in the Advanced Setup Section.
    5. Select Open Ports Setup.
    6. Click on the number of the next available Index.
    7. Check the Enable Open Ports box.
    8. Enter “Xbox Live” in the comment field.
    9. Click the Choose PC button and choose the Xbox from the resulting list.
    10. Set Protocol to Both. If both is not available two rules will need to be created one UDP and the other TCP.
    11. Set both the Start Port and End Port to 3074.
    12. Click the OK button.


    Disable Port Forwarding

    1. Open a web browser.
    2. Enter http://192.168.1.1 (or click the link).
    3. Click the Ok button.
    4. Select NAT Setup in the Advanced Setup Section.
    5. Select Open Ports Setup.
    6. Click the Index number next to the rule that was created.
    7. Click the Clear All button.
    8. Click the OK button.

    :)
     
    XBR Poseidon, Aug 4, 2014
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  2. GMAN990
    GMAN990 Guest
    My NAT type is open but I still can't connect to some people?

    Well that is certainly the issue as you are double NATing. To make this work you would have to make quite a few changes to the Netgear.



    You would have to turn off NAT and DHCP, and give the Netgear an ip address in the same range as the Draytek and also plug the cable coming from the Draytek into one of the LAN ports of the Netgear instead of the WAN port (I assume its connected to the WAN
    port at the moment)



    It just gets a bit complicated really, don't you have a phone line close to you to you could swap the positions of the Draytek and Netgear as this NAT issue will only really affect gaming for Xbox PS3 etc, it won't affect browsing/email/msn etc



    If you could plug into the Draytek you'd be fine
     
    GMAN990, Aug 4, 2014
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  3. XBR Poseidon
    XBR Poseidon Guest
    Draytek: DHCP Reservation

    Draytek (Modems/Gateways): DHCP Reservation
    Draytek- Vigor2500

    Login Information:

    Default Gateway – 192.168.1.1

    Username – *none*

    Password – *none*



    DHCP Reservation

    *Not Available*
     
    XBR Poseidon, Aug 4, 2014
    #3
  4. GMAN990 Win User

    My NAT type is open but I still can't connect to some people?

    Well that is certainly the issue as you are double NATing. To make this work you would have to make quite a few changes to the Netgear.



    You would have to turn off NAT and DHCP, and give the Netgear an ip address in the same range as the Draytek and also plug the cable coming from the Draytek into one of the LAN ports of the Netgear instead of the WAN port (I assume its connected to the WAN
    port at the moment)



    It just gets a bit complicated really, don't you have a phone line close to you to you could swap the positions of the Draytek and Netgear as this NAT issue will only really affect gaming for Xbox PS3 etc, it won't affect browsing/email/msn etc



    If you could plug into the Draytek you'd be fine
  5. JLG12344 Win User

    Port Forwarding

    The Port Numbers that are listed here don't really make sense.... There are only three areas that port numbers can be placed in and only a max of 5 'characters', that includes a coma, that can be entered in the space provided. There is the Global Port Range
    {00000 - 00000} and then the Base Host Port {00000}. After this is done is there a reason to delete it all after words? or is this just something to know in the future?
  6. drkillbydeath88 Win User

    Port Forwarding

    When I input 3074 into the external start/end port and internal start/end port, an error pops up saying that the defined port or port range is in use by another port forwarding, applications or UPNP rule. Help?
  7. KillitallBroMan Win User

    Port Forwarding

    It tells me that the IP address is not in valid range
  8. AmazingSteak638 Win User

    Port Forwarding

    Wtf when I activate it and leave the page it deactivates it.
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