Fritz!Box: Port Forwarding

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  1. XBR Poseidon
    XBR Poseidon Guest

    Fritz!Box: Port Forwarding


    Fritz!Box (Modems/Gateways): Port Forwarding
    Fritz!Box 7272

    Login Information



    Port Forwarding

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type the gateway address, Web Server's Default Page into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. Select Internet from the menu on the left.
    5. Select Permit Access from the resulting sub-menu.
    6. Click the New Port Forwarding button.
    7. Select Other Applications.
    8. Enter a name for the port forwarding rule. (Xbox Live)
    9. Set the Protocol to both TCP and UDP if it is available. If it is not two rules will need to be created, one TCP and the other UDP.
    10. Enter 3074 for both the port and to port.
    11. Select your Xbox console from the to computer drop down menu.
    12. Click OK to save your settings.
    13. Click the New Port Forwarding button.
    14. Select Other Applications.
    15. Enter a name for the port forwarding rule. (Xbox Live)
    16. Set the Protocol to UDP.
    17. Enter 3544 for both the port and to port.
    18. Select your Xbox console from the to computer drop down menu.
    19. Click OK to save your settings.


    Disable Port Forwarding

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type the gateway address, Web Server's Default Page into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. Select Internet from the menu on the left.
    5. Select Permit Access from the resulting sub-menu.
    6. Click the Red X located to the right of any entries referring to Xbox.

    :)
     
    XBR Poseidon, Oct 9, 2014
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  2. XBR Poseidon
    XBR Poseidon Guest
    Fritz!Box: Port Forwarding

    Fritz!Box (Modems/Gateways): Port Forwarding
    Fritz!Box 7390

    Login Information:

    Default Gateway – Web Server's Default Page

    Username – there is no username or password unless one is set by the user.

    Password –



    Port Forwarding

    1. Open a web browser.
    2. Enter Web Server's Default Page in the address bar. (Or click the link). A username and password is not needed by default. If one was created you will need to enter it here.
    3. Click "Internet".
    4. Click "Permit Access" in the "Internet" menu.
    5. Click the "Port Forwarding" tab.
    6. Click "New Port Forwarding".
    7. Select "Other applications" from the "Port forwarding enabled for" list.
    8. Enter a name of your choice for the port forwarding rule in the "Name" field.
    9. Set the protocol to TCP from the "Protocol" drop-down menu.
    10. Enter 3074 for both the “From Port” and the “To Port”.
    11. Select your Xbox console from the “to computer” drop down.
    12. Click “Ok”.
    13. Click "New Port Forwarding".
    14. Select "Other applications" from the "Port forwarding enabled for" list.
    15. Enter a name of your choice for the port forwarding rule in the "Name" field.
    16. Set the protocol to UDP from the "Protocol" drop-down menu.
    17. Enter 3074 for both the “From Port” and the “To Port”.
    18. Select your Xbox console from the “to computer” drop down.
    19. Click “Ok”.




    Disable Port Forwarding

    1. Open a web browser.
    2. Enter Web Server's Default Page in the address bar. (Or click the link). A username and password is not needed by default. If one was created you will need to enter it here.
    3. Click "Internet".
    4. Click "Permit Access" in the "Internet" menu.
    5. Click the "Port Forwarding" tab.
    6. Click the red X to the right of the two rules that were created.
     
    XBR Poseidon, Oct 9, 2014
    #2
  3. XBR Poseidon
    XBR Poseidon Guest
    Fritz!Box: Port Forwarding

    Fritz!Box (Modems/Gateways): Port Forwarding
    Fritz!Box 7330

    Login Information:

    Default Gateway – Web Server's Default Page

    Username – there is no username or password unless one is set by the user.

    Password –

    Port Forwarding

    1. Open a web browser.
    2. Enter Web Server's Default Page in the address bar. (Or click the link). A username and password is not needed by default. If one was created you will need to enter it here.
    3. Click "Internet".
    4. Click "Permit Access" in the "Internet" menu.
    5. Click the "Port Forwarding" tab.
    6. Click "New Port Forwarding".
    7. Select "Other applications" from the "Port forwarding enabled for" list.
    8. Enter a name of your choice for the port forwarding rule in the "Name" field.
    9. Set the protocol to TCP from the "Protocol" drop-down menu.
    10. Enter 3074 for both the “From Port” and the “To Port”.
    11. Select your Xbox console from the “to computer” drop down.
    12. Click “Ok”.
    13. Click "New Port Forwarding".
    14. Select "Other applications" from the "Port forwarding enabled for" list.
    15. Enter a name of your choice for the port forwarding rule in the "Name" field.
    16. Set the protocol to UDP from the "Protocol" drop-down menu.
    17. Enter 3074 for both the “From Port” and the “To Port”.
    18. Select your Xbox console from the “to computer” drop down.
    19. Click “Ok”.




    Disable Port Forwarding

    1. Open a web browser.
    2. Enter Web Server's Default Page in the address bar. (Or click the link). A username and password is not needed by default. If one was created you will need to enter it here.
    3. Click "Internet".
    4. Click "Permit Access" in the "Internet" menu.
    5. Click the "Port Forwarding" tab.
    6. Click the red X to the right of the two rules that were created.
     
    XBR Poseidon, Oct 9, 2014
    #3
  4. Inglemoose Win User

    Fritz!Box: Port Forwarding

    All information input as said, NAT currently moderate and not open.

    IPv6 is also disabled. Will reset router and comment again if the NAT opens.

    P.S. God I hate NAT.
  5. Xx ROZILLA xX Win User

    Strict NAT type

    If your Router blocks the Teredo Port UDP 3544 you can´t do anything against it. XBOX one needs that you Router can use the UDP Port 3544 8you so NOT need to Port Forward or open the port).

    Many Routers like Fritz Box block Teredo Port by default - So the Fritz Box gets an Firmwareupdate where you can enable NOT to block this Port.

    You can try to update your Firmware of your Router and you can search how to enable the teredo Port (like I said above you don´t need to port Forward this Port)
  6. taidara Win User

    Teredo IP address error.

    A Teredo server is listening on network port 3544 (UDP) and the FRITZ!Box is, by default, configured to block port 3544 for security reasons.

    So with this in mind you would have to login to your FRITZ!Box web utility interface and disable the option: "Teredo filter enabled".

    For this to work, you will have to take more sure "Advanced View" is enabled on the user interface of your FRITZ!Box.

    - Click "Filters" in the "Internet" menu.

    - Click on the "Lists" tab.

    - Disable the option "Teredo filter enabled".

    - Click "Apply" to save your settings.

    I would also make sure IPv6 is completely disabled for all interfaces on your FRITZ!Box.

    At this point, make sure only UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) is enabled, as the feature to forwarding (automatically) network ports used by Xbox Live.

    Don't forget to "Apply" your configuration and reboot your gateway afterwards.

    Post back and let us know how that goes.
  7. Xx ROZILLA xX Win User

    IPv6 Party Chat without Teredo Ports ?

    Sorry for the late response:

    I think Teredo should be disabled on Router because I also have other devices not only xbox and pc.

    For blocking Traffic I'm not sure: here is it written so I'm not sure if I need to Port Forward

    en.avm.de/.../845_Setting-up-IPv6-port-forwarding-in-the-FRITZ-Box

    I use SLAAC for internal IPv6 no DHCPv6

    The Problem I have. If I disable Teredo I get NAT strict and I would like to get it open or IPv6 traffic. The ONLY Problem I have is - I can't join xbox live Partys without teredo and I would like to have a Solutuion for it :)
  8. M1ghty 87 Win User

    Strict NAT and "Can't get a Teredo IP address" error

    The Fritz!Box blocks the 3544 UDP Port that is essential for this Teredo Protocol. We have the same Problem over here in Germany.
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