I'm trying to find out how to disable my nat router through my dsl modems configuration page. I have a linksys router and I can't seem to figure out how to do it.
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8/9/06 at 2:16am
|Im pretty sure the problem is that you are behind a nat router. To determine if your dsl modem is a nat router, check your ip address. start - run - command - ipconfig. if your ip addess starts with 10. 192. or 169. it is a nat router. The best fix for this is to go into your dsl modems configuration page and disable the NAT. some dsl modems are gunna call this something like ip passthrough or some crap like that. Your goal is to get your dsl modem to give you your INTERNET ip address, not a router ip address.|
Originally Posted by galahad05
Which router do you have--I mean model number.
For example, I use a wireless router-- the D-Link DI-524.
The plan: with the info you provide, do a google search and sift through the results to find a page-by-page how-to to get the router to either port-forward the right ports or DMZ your PC.