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  • Enabling outside access to an internal computer on a home network requires that you set up NAT – “network address translation,” or port forwarding.
    Forwarding sends requests for ports on the outside of your firewall to the right computer on the inside.
    With port forwarding set up, your router knows to forward requests for port 80 (a web server’s default port) to the computer with the web server running only – and none of the others on your network.
    port forwarding is fairly simple.
    Here’s how to get it set up:
    Get on the computer and open a command window. Then type ipconfig to determine the ip address,Note down the default gateway
    Launch internet browser using interface https://www.tplinkwifi.net or routers ip address.
    Once you’ve gone to the router administration, entered the password (if one is set up), there should be an area called “Port forwarding.” There, you’ll set the port number that requests from the Internet will come in, and the internal computer that should fulfill those requests.
    Default port number for web server is 80.

    For more assistance call us at 1-800-603-4024.



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  • 1. Enable port forwarding first
    2. Launch internet browser using interface https://www.tplinkwifi.net or routers ip address.
    3. Login into the device dashboard, there should be an area called Port forwarding.
    4. There, you’ll set the port number that requests from the Internet will come in, and the internal computer that should fulfill those requests. Example Web server port number – 80



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  • Enabling outside access to an internal computer on a home network requires that you set up NAT – “network address translation,” or port forwarding.
    Forwarding sends requests for ports on the outside of your firewall to the right computer on the inside.
    With port forwarding set up, your router knows to forward requests for port 80 (a web server’s default port) to the computer with the web server running only – and none of the others on your network.
    port forwarding is fairly simple.
    Here’s how to get it set up:
    Get on the computer and open a command window. Then type ipconfig to determine the ip address,Note down the default gateway
    Launch internet browser using interface https://www.tplinkwifi.net or routers ip address.
    Once you’ve gone to the router administration, entered the password (if one is set up), there should be an area called “Port forwarding.” There, you’ll set the port number that requests from the Internet will come in, and the internal computer that should fulfill those requests.
    Default port number for web server is 80.
    For more assistance call us at 1-800-603-4024.



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