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I need help with a D-link DIR-819 router.

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#1 ASPyr97


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Posted 09 June 2018 - 05:03 PM

Can some one explain these to me?
 Local IP Range : Local IP Start                                Local IP End 
Application Port : >>  
Remote IP Range : Remote IP Start                            Remote IP End 

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#2 sasschary


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Posted 09 June 2018 - 07:11 PM

Hi, ASPyr97,


There seems to be some strange formatting going on with your last post... Do you mind taking a screenshot of the router configuration page using this tutorial and attaching it here? Before saving the screenshot in Paint please look over the page to make sure that there are no public IPs visible. If there are, then use a brush to paint over the final set of numbers such that they cannot be read when the image is posted (An IP may look something like, which is the IPv4 address for BleepingComputer, or 2001:4860:4860::8888, which is the IPv6 address of one of the Google DNS servers)


It would also be helpful if you would explain what you are doing when you find this.



#3 daveydoom


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Posted 10 June 2018 - 06:14 AM

The Local IP Start to Local IP End refers to the range of IP's you set for your internl network.  


Example:   Your router may be using a default IP of so you would set the following IP range for other devices on your network:


Local IP Start: 

Local IP End:


The rest of what you are inquiring about relates to Port Forwarding or Port Triggering.   You can ignore that unless you specifically require such a thing to be set up.   If you're unsure if you need it, chances are you don't :)  .

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