3com 3CRWER200-75 Port Forwarding Instructions

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This page will show you how to setup a port forward on the 3com 3CRWER200-75 router.

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If you are not sure what port forwarding is you can read our What is Port Forwarding guide to help get started.

Other 3com 3CRWER200-75 Guides

This is the port forwarding guide for the 3com 3CRWER200-75. We also have the following guides for the same router:

Configure your Computer to Have a Static IP Address

Port forwarding the 3com 3CRWER200-75 to your computer can be more reliable if you first configure a static IP address on your computer. We have instructions to setup a static IP address for Windows 7, Windows 8, and a variety of other devices on our Static IP Address Settings page.

Please note that while setting up a static IP address on your computer is optional, it is still a very good idea to go ahead and do it. In the long run it will make your port forward much more reliable.

Login To The 3com 3CRWER200-75

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To get started forwarding a port you need to login to your 3com 3CRWER200-75 router. If you are already logged in you can skip this step.

To login to the 3com 3CRWER200-75, follow our 3com 3CRWER200-75 Login Guide.

Forward a Port on the 3com 3CRWER200-75 router

Find The Port Forwarding Section of the 3com 3CRWER200-75

router status mac address internet IP
This is the status page from your 3com 3CRWER200-75 router.

Once you have logged into the 3Com 3CRWER200-75 you begin on the Welcome page for this router. On the left is a dark blue sidebar, click the choice labeled Firewall. Then at the top click the tab labeled Virtual Servers.

Configure the Port Forwarding section of your 3com 3CRWER200-75

Now to forward a port, make the following changes:

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This is the port forwarding page from your 3com 3CRWER200-75 router.

This takes you to a new page where you are able to forward ports. First, in the Application Name box enter the name of the program, it needs to be something that helps you remember why you are forwarding these ports.

In the boxes WAN Side Ports and LAN Side Ports enter the port to be forwarded.

Then in the drop down menu labeled Protocol choose the type of protocol you want to use when forwarding this port.

Under the box labeled To IP Address enter the IP Address you are forwarding these ports to. If you are forwarding these ports to run a program on your computer, you need to type your computer's IP Address in this box.

Last of all, check the box labeled Enabled.

Click Apply to save your changes and you have finished.

Test if Your Ports are Open

Now that you have forwarded ports on the 3com 3CRWER200-75 you should test to see if your ports are forwarded correctly.

To test if your ports are forwarded you should use our Open Port Check tool.

Other 3com 3CRWER200-75 Info

Don't forget about our other 3com 3CRWER200-75 info that you might be interested in.

This is the port forwarding guide for the 3com 3CRWER200-75. We also have the following guides for the same router: