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Changing pt 80 to pt 88 in ActionTec Router...

Posted on 2004-08-21
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Hello i have a QWest Actiontec Router.  I want to enable remote access to the router, so i would like for port 80 on the router to be changed to port 88 or what ever port is ok.   I need port 80 fowared to ip 192.168.0.4 for web service.

Can someone help me out?
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Users guide from your provider tells that you need to disable "remote management" and forward TCP ports from 80 to 80 to respective IP address. In extreme cases traffic dumper should be used on webserver.
https://apps.qwest.com/qhost/content/actiontec.htm

not sure if it works to forward port 88 for whole world to private address of your gateway
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