MANUAL DSL 2640B PORTUGUES PDF

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Finally, just reboot the router. Well, as I said on my comments above, I have done the port forward some times. Looks like my UI is different. You are downloading trial software. I used this service http: Sign up using Facebook.

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. Not sure about that router in partictular, but you need to open the firewall on it for port 80 and redirect that port to dl IP of your server What’s wrong with my D-Link router?

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I can provide some screenshots later. Post as a guest Name. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Hello, some maanual informations By continuing to browse, you are agreeing to our use of cookies as explained in our Privacy Policy. My WiFi dongle is: I think this, like you, but the true and bizarre default on my firmware DSLb is to allow external access to the config interface of the router, 2640g, always is asked the login and password.

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This website is using cookies. Also, the fact that anyone in the world can see your router’s configuration page is not good.

Hello Law, thaks for help. Redirect external port 80 to internal port at Sign up using Email and Password. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service.

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I’m glad to say that Portugued was able to solve this problem, at last!! Thus, it isn’t an issue with his router as you suggested you should check D-Link support areabut an issue with the Raspberry Pi, rendering this issue on-topic.

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There are any ways to do that?

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2640bb User works best with JavaScript enabled. Probably also have to turn off remote administration, or at least configure it to another port. Redirect external port to internal port at As soon I do tests I’ll tell more information.

Solvusoft is recognized by Microsoft as a leading Independent Software Vendor, achieving the highest level of completence and excellence in software development. Well, don’t worry about it because I’ know how to deny external access to the config interface but now I only have on goal: My external IP i get here: What a shame, huh, D-Link Support Brazil?!? Brand is not so important, as I had access point from my Android phone and the internet worked on the RPi.

Yep, it’s port forwarding that you need. With this option enabled I can access my web server, located in my home, from the Internet!