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Anyone know how to do the port forwarding, login to the admin page to do the setup etc.....
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ftp://ftp.linksys.com/pdf/sr224g_ug.pdf

huh; this looks like an unmanaged switch without admin capabilities.

Port forwarding is associated with routers.

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thanks ECNSSMT,

the question is I try that already!but my Linsys is behind a netgear router, so I can't login to it using that IP address!
 
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you may have to do some port forwarding on the netgear to gain access to the linksys
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Do u know how to do that the netgear DG834
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