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PORT NUMBER FOR FIOS ROUTER

Posted on 2016-10-02
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PORT NUMBER FOR FIOS ROUTER REMOTE CONNECRTION - 8080 DOES NOT WORK
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Question by:ramramcat
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ArneLovius earned 500 total points
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Is the router enabled for remote access ?
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by:ramramcat
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Yes
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by:masnrock
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What brand and model router are you using? (Verizon has sold many different units)
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by:ramramcat
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Good question..
I don't know the model  and I am out of town - I'm not  going to be back home for a week.
Looks like this will have to wait till I get home.
Thank you for the help so far.
Just wondering that there can't be more than a few choices - like 8080 used to work for Verizon.
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by:ramramcat
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Nailed it - THANK YOU
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