Motorola/Netopia: Port Forwarding

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  1. XBR Poseidon
    XBR Poseidon Guest

    Motorola/Netopia: Port Forwarding


    Motorola/Netopia (Modems/Gateways): Port Forwarding
    Motorola CPEi 150

    Login Information:

    Default Gateway – Web Server's Default Page

    Username – none

    Password – motorola





    Port Forwarding

    1. Open a web browser.
    2. Enter Web Server's Default Page in the address bar and press enter.
    3. Enter “motorola” for the password.
    4. Select Port Forwarding from the menu on the top.
    5. Select Forwarding from the menu on the left.
    6. Click the ADD button.
    7. Set the Protocol to Both TCP and UDP. If both is not available then two rules will need to be created, one for TCP and one for UDP.
    8. Enter 3074 for the WAN Port Start and WAN Port End.
    9. Enter the IP Address of your Xbox console in the LAN IP Address field.
    10. Enter 3074 for both the LAN Port Start and LAN Port End.
    11. Check the Enabled box.
    12. Click the Apply button to save the entry.
    13. Click the ADD button.
    14. Set the Protocol to UDP.
    15. Enter 3544 for the WAN Port Start and WAN Port End.
    16. Enter the IP Address of your Xbox console in the LAN IP Address field.
    17. Enter 3544 for both the LAN Port Start and LAN Port End.
    18. Check the Enabled box.




    Disable Port Forwarding

    1. Open a web browser.
    2. Enter Web Server's Default Page in the address bar and press enter.
    3. Enter “motorola” for the password.
    4. Select Port Forwarding from the menu on the top.
    5. Select Forwarding from the menu on the left.
    6. Check the box next to any rules that wish to delete.
    7. Click the Apply button.

    :)
     
    XBR Poseidon, Oct 14, 2014
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  2. XBR Dionysus
    XBR Dionysus Guest
    Motorola/Netopia: Port Forwarding

    Motorola/Netopia (Modems/Gateways): Port Forwarding
    Login Information

    • Gateway - 192.168.1.254
    • Login Username - admin
    • Login Password - admin



    Port Forwarding

    1. Open a web browser.
    2. Enter http://192.168.1.254 in the address bar. (Or click the link) Enter the username and password if the gateway asks (admin/admin).
    3. Select “Expert Mode” on the left and then click OK when prompted.
    4. Click Configure on the left.
    5. Select NAT.
    6. Select "Xbox Live Games" from the drop-down menu and then click Enable.
    7. On the next screen, select the Xbox’s IP Address from the drop-down menu and click Enable.
    Disable Port Forwarding

    1. Open a web browser.
    2. Enter http://192.168.1.254 in the address bar. (Or click the link) Enter the username and password if the gateway asks (admin/admin).
    3. Select “Expert Mode” on the left and then click OK when prompted.
    4. Click Configure on the left.
    5. Select NAT.
    6. Select Add or Edit more Pinholes.
    7. Select the pinhole you want to remove and click Delete.
     
    XBR Dionysus, Oct 14, 2014
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  3. XB1R Hades
    XB1R Hades Guest
    Motorola/Netopia: Port Forwarding

    Motorola/Netopia (Modems/Gateways): Port Forwarding
    Login Information

    • Gateway - 192.168.1.254
    • Login Username – N/A
    • Login Password - Access code: Access code is unique to each modem and is printed on the side of the gateway

    Port Forwarding

    This feature is not available on this device.
     
    XB1R Hades, Oct 14, 2014
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  4. ViLe HaCkEr Win User

    Motorola/Netopia: Port Forwarding

    I STRONGLY SUGGEST USING THE SETTINGS I SPECIFY HERE (explained why below):

    With Motorola NVG589: Assign the pre-loaded Xbox 360 service to your Xbox one (88 and 3074 (UDP/TCP) are already setup in this service). Then add three custom services using only these ports/protocols:

    Port 500 (UDP)

    Port 3544 (UDP)

    Port 4500 (UDP)

    Unless you have some custom network setup in place, I can confirm this does work to set your NAT type to open.

    Using the settings in this article will work, but also have a negative impact on the rest of your home network. You may not notice it at first, but it's important not to touch port 80 and 53. Xbox just says it needs those ports open, which they always are
    anyway. Port 80 is dedicated to un-encrypted (normal http://) web browsing, and port 53 is a dedicated port for DNS (basically goes out to a server that translates www.whatever.com to an proper IP address). You don't want these forwarded directly to your Xbox
    or any other game console unless you have a specific setup with a bridged router or something and know what you're doing.
  5. AbsorbedShelf70 Win User

    Getting more frustrated by the day

    Unfortunately it is a Motorola not Netopia kit on this end so still not answered.
  6. GMAN990 Win User

    Getting more frustrated by the day

    Its a Motorola Netopia device its the same thing :) its one of the same
    help.ecobee.com/.../devqknjvakojomu
  7. DangerousBard Win User

    Cannot update Xbox 360. Not even sure if I'm connected!

  8. doozer917 Win User

    Cannot Connect to XBL- tried everything, end of rope

    The Motorola is SB5101U.

    The first attempt was made with factory settings on both the Xbox and the router. Only after the first five failures to connect did I begin to attempt port triggering, port range forwarding, then DCHP and port forwarding.
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