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ASUS RT N66R Port Forwarding Issue

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#1 Dominion Wolf

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Posted 25 September 2014 - 02:27 AM



I have an ASUS RT N66R wireless router that I bought some time ago.  I have been using it with little to no problem whatsoever.  However a recent issue with a loss of credentials forced me to have to reset the router to factory standards.  I can connect to it and set almost everything up, however the problem comes in with the portforwarding feature of the device.


When I attempt to forward a port, say for example the xbox live port, it simply will not work.  Hitting the apply button does absolutely nothing, where as it would save all settings in any other page of the administration.  Hitting the add button, however does something rather strange.  It adds the word "undefined" next to the port number, in this case 3074.

Attached File  undefined.bmp   395.69KB   3 downloads

I have tried using different browsers, resetting to factory standards and many other things, but I cannot get this feature to work.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.



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Posted 25 September 2014 - 03:52 AM

I am looking online on how to forward ports on that router and if I am reading it right that box is looking for a range. try entering 3074-3074. 

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