Opening a range of ports? Belkin Router

Hi all,
Just wondering if anyone has any idea how to open a range of ports (300+) on a Belkin router?
The only variables included are 'Lan IP address' 'Description' 'Type(UDP/TCP/Both)' 'Lan Port' 'Public Port'.

Had no problems opening port ranges on other routers in the past but this one I can't work out.
Thanks.
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  1. Try public port, put the range you want in. 1000-1300 for example. Both for UDP and TCP unless you know which protocol is in use.
  2. I tried the xxxx-xxxx range in a single box but it hasn't made any effect on the program. (Downloading FF14 beta at 50bytes/sec, forward the ports and supposed to be 150kb+)

    Just wondering, is the LAN IP port being done correctly? Currently I'm entering my IP4V address from ipconfig /all. Is this correct?

  3. Jailbreak1 said:
    Hi all,
    Just wondering if anyone has any idea how to open a range of ports (300+) on a Belkin router?
    The only variables included are 'Lan IP address' 'Description' 'Type(UDP/TCP/Both)' 'Lan Port' 'Public Port'.

    Had no problems opening port ranges on other routers in the past but this one I can't work out.
    Thanks.


    To manually enter settings, enter the IP address in the space provided for the internal (server) machine, the port(s) required to pass (use a comma between multiple ports), select the port type (TCP or UDP) and click "Apply Changes".

    Try using commas between multiple ports. Like 27000,27001,27002, etc.
  4. Jailbreak1 said:
    Hi all,
    Just wondering if anyone has any idea how to open a range of ports (300+) on a Belkin router?
    The only variables included are 'Lan IP address' 'Description' 'Type(UDP/TCP/Both)' 'Lan Port' 'Public Port'.

    Had no problems opening port ranges on other routers in the past but this one I can't work out.
    Thanks.


    Correction on my previous post.

    To manually enter settings, enter the IP address in the space provided for the internal (server) machine, the port(s) required to pass (use a comma between multiple ports), select the port type (TCP or UDP) and click "Apply Changes".

    Make your ports like 27000,270015 or 3615,3725, etc.
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