Monday, March 12, 2012

How to Configure a NetGear Firewall

Netgear wireless routers can use for home and office networks. A common setting for a network router is firewall configurations. Firewall set up can easily block unauthorized access from the internal network. The Netgear firewall also allows access to the internal network using port forwarding. By default, the Netgear firewall blocks all incoming traffic.Given steps help you to configure your firewall connection with netgear router.
 If you want to configure your netgear wireless router then follow this article. Step by Step Guide to Setup and Configure a Netgear Wireless Router.
netgear firewall

Step1: Open your web browser. In the address text box, enter the IP address for your router. The default IP address for new Netgear routers is "" Enter your administration password when prompted. The default administration user name is "admin" and the password is "password."

Step2: Click on the "Security" link on the left side of the screen and then click "Services." A new window opens with your current firewall settings. Click the button labeled "Add Custom Service."

Step3: Enter a name for the new firewall setting. In the drop-down box labeled "Type," select "Any."

Step4: Enter a starting and ending port number in the text boxes labeled "Start" and "End." The port number entered is determined by the incoming traffic service. For instance, if this is for website traffic, the start and ending port is 80.

Step5: Click the "Apply" button to save your changes. The router's firewall settings are configured for your new service.
Want to configure netgearDG834G router then follow my blog ,How to Configure NetGear DG834G ,which i have discussed in same blog.
If you are getting any problem from above steps or any problem related to router then you can reach online technical support service desk of V tech-squad at their Toll Free No +1-877-452-9201.

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