10/05/15 15:26 PM  

Setting up Port Triggering on a D-Link DIR-655 router

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SummaryHow do I enable port triggering on a D-Link DIR-655 router?
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IMPORTANT:  Changing your router's configuration is critical.  For more information in configuring your router's settings, contact your router manufacturer for advanced support.

Accessing the router interface

 
Step 1:
Enter the router's IP address in the address bar of your web browser.


NOTE:   To check your router's IP address on a Windows computer, follow the steps below:

Step 1.1:
Access the command prompt by pressing the Windows key  + R. 

Step 1.2:

Enter "cmd" then press [Enter]

Step 1.3:
Type in IPCONFIG then find the Default Gateway.

Step 2:
Type in the Administrator’s Username and Password in the authentication screen. The default username and password for a D-Link router is:

    Username: admin or Admin
    Password: <blank>


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Step 3:
Click Advanced.

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Step 4:
Click APPLICATION RULES.

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Step 5:   

Enter the port ranges inbound 5060 to 5090 and outbound 16384 to 16485. Follow the steps on the image.

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Step 6:
Click Save to save settings.


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To Setup QoS, follow the steps below:
 
Step 1:
Access the Router's Setup Page.

Step 2:
Click Advanced.

Step 3:
Click QOS.

Step 4:
Setup the QoS Engine Rules:Enter a Name for your Rule.

• Enter the Priority number (1-255) in the Priority field. (1 being the highest)
• Enter the computers/device IP address in the Local IP Range
• Enter the ports you want to prioritize in Local Port Range

80 TCP If needed
443 TCP
123 UDP If needed
5060-5099 TCP

5060-5099 UDP
8000-8200 UDP
16384-16482 UDP
4000-5000 UDP
20000-65535 UDP

• Leave the Remote IP Range with its default settings.
• Leave the Remote Port Range with its default settings
 
Step 5:
Tick the boxes corresponding to the newly set up items.

Step 6:
Click Save Settings.
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