11/15/2012

C1000A for CenturyLink How to port forwarding

Actiontec Wireless N VDSL2 Modem Router C1000A for CenturyLink How to port forwarding

First, I want an explanation of port forwarding. I fixed as follows: IP address of the PC that you want to open the port in front of it. IP address is 192.168.0.30, subnet mask 255.255.255.0, default gateway 192.168.0.1, DNS is Primary 192.168.0.1, secondary DNS is blank. Fixed IP address method, XP VISTA / 7

Next, open the setting screen "SharePort Go". In the URL field of your browser, press the Enter key and type http://192.168.0.1/.

The login screen, Administrator user name, type the admin. Password, type the Administrator Password is written on the back of the router itself.

Please open the Advanced Setup menu.

Please open the port forwarding menu.

It is a Minecraft server sample configuration, the 25565/TCP.

  • Select Device, Manuallly Ether IP Address.
  • Ether IP Address, 192.168.0.30.
  • Starting Port, 25565.
  • Ending Port, 25565.
  • Protocol, TCP
  • Remote Port and IP, All IP Address.

Click the APPLY button to complete the work.

It is a Xlinkkai Game Application sample configuration, the 30000/UDP.

  • Select Device, Manuallly Ether IP Address.
  • Ether IP Address, 192.168.0.30.
  • Starting Port, 30000.
  • Ending Port, 30000.
  • Protocol, UDP.
  • Remote Port and IP, All IP Address.

Click the APPLY button to complete the work.

DMZ PS3 Portforward

I fixed the IP address of the PS3. 192.168.0.50, 255.255.255.0, 192.168.0.1, 192.168.0.1, IP address and a subnet mask default router primary DNS and the secondary DNS is blank.

Please set your router then. Open the Advanced menu, open the firewall & DMZ menu. Please add the settings as follows.

Please open the Advanced Setup menu.

Please open the DMZ hosting menu.

To Enable, please check.

Select Device, Manuallly Ether IP Address.

Ether IP Address, 192.168.0.50.

Click the APPLY button to complete the work.

Manual Firmware Download

13 comments:

  1. I still cant portforward my minecraft server even after following the steps exactly >:(

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  2. Anonymous20.4.13

    i had problems using this router with Firefox. I switched to Chrome and it started saving settings okay...

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  3. Anonymous29.5.13

    It wont work it will just say destination port is invalid.

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  4. Anonymous30.5.13

    Thank you so much my server is finally up!!!

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  5. Anonymous7.6.13

    dmz changes will not apply. is it possible to write the config yourself ?

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  6. Anonymous24.6.13

    My server doesn't work for other people on different i.p.'s, I followed steps exactly and it still doesn't work. Please help!!!

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  7. Anonymous26.7.13

    Wow. strangely enough i think Firefox has a problem here because I spent forever trying to save my port forward settings and it never saved. I quickly use IE temporarily and it saves the settings with no problems! Sheesh that was a hassle.

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  8. Anonymous27.7.13

    DEFINITELY a problem with the Modem talking to Firefox. Works like a champ with IE. WHAT a PAIN!!!! CenturyLink and Actiontec support were clueless.

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  9. Anonymous1.8.13

    Yep, FireFox was my problem to. IE saved the settings and DMZ is up and running fine.

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  10. Anonymous8.8.13

    I found out about the failures with firefox too, but when I try IE the setting appear to save but ultimately still have no effect. any suggestions?

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  11. Anonymous15.8.13

    ok, for all of u saying it won't work... it'll ONLY work when you're manually hooked up through the Ethernet (yellow) cord....

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  12. Anonymous14.9.13

    if u want it to work then u have to disable UPnP

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  13. Anonymous10.10.13

    The reason it will not work with Firefox and/or chrome at times is because of Java errors. When doing setups IE, for better or worse is the best browser to use. There should also be no need to turn off UPnP as that's universal plug and play.

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