There are many on the network for router port mapping issues. In response to various types of routers, the following questions and answers on a related issue, hope to include all the problems in the use of router port mapping, welcome to add a message.
First, find the router's address and the user's computer's intranet IP address. The TP-Link R460 router's implied address is 192.168.1.1. Open IE, in the address bar Enter the router's address, for example 192.168.1.1 (implicit), and then press ENTER to enter the login name and password in the pop-up login window. The R460's implicit login name and password are both lower-case admins. Then click OK to enter the correct login name and password, IE will enter the R460 WEB page, in the middle of the screen will display multi-function broadband SOHO router; in the left menu bar, a total of:
◆ operating status
Nine menus to choose from. We click on the forwarding rule, enter the forwarding rule, click on the virtual server to enter the virtual server settings page, find two blank protocols, and fill in the two router port mapping information required by EMULE.
◆Enter the TCP port used by EMULE (here EMULE implied port is 4662, of course you can replace it with other router port mappings, but be consistent with the settings in EMULE)< p> ◆ Fill in the last section of your intranet IP address. For example, if your intranet IP is 192.168.1.2, enter it here. 2
◆Tick, Services (Router Port Mapping) )
◆Enter the UDP port used by EMULE (here EMULE implied port is 4672, of course, you can change to other ports, but consistent with the settings in EMULE)
◆ Fill in the last section of your intranet IP address. For example, if your intranet IP is 192.168.1.2, enter it here. 2
◆Tick, service, click at 7 Save, save the completed settings, and then restart the router, the router port mapping is done.