di-604 dlink router open ports help

Posted on 2010-11-23
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Last Modified: 2012-05-10
hello at my home I have the Router in the title. I am trying to open up my network for Airvideo, and also the 3g microCell. I have added virtual servers, but will not let me put can anyone help been working on this for a while thank you
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Expert Comment

ID: 34197307
could you please post  the screenshot of the configuration web page where you can put

Author Comment

ID: 34197348
thank you yes I will put it now
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khuphuc earned 2000 total points
ID: 34197438
You are using a port forwarfing screen, d-link call virtual server but you have to understand, like as port forwarding,

you have to config for example in this mode

airvideo client (IP: i guest) port 45633

Name: demo
private IP:
Protocol: (i'm not sure), i guest tcp
private port 45633
public port 45633
schedule always

it's can be understand of you router as:

when you client, contac airvideo services, server
any Internet request to you client, try to use your external ip address, frequently dinamic if you use adsl, then the router expouse the external port 45633, and it's know that if receive a request on that port it's connect to you requesting airvideo client port 45633

try this


Author Comment

ID: 34197457
so do i add the external ip address that the world sees or do i add the internal ip address of the server that is hosting airvideo

and fo rthe 3g microcell there is no ip on that?

Expert Comment

ID: 34197479
internal ip one's


Expert Comment

ID: 34197505
what is 3g microcell? i'm italian, and i'm practical on at&t technolgies?


Author Comment

ID: 34197595
i got the air video to work, but the 3g microcell is the cell that you plug in your network

Expert Comment

ID: 34197699
3g microcell use a program?, could you find the PID, then trought DOS command Line

netstat -ano |find "<PID>" it this program use a port you have to found something in LISTENING

then open this port and it's done

i'm looking the demo on the at&t site, if i understood the use the Broadband adsl , to inclease your wireless 3g signal cellphones, then i think that he become a client on the adsl line and a server on the wireless signal, then like a client i don't think that you have to config any port.....

what do you think?

what error do you have?

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