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Portforwarding Airtel 220BX Router

by Shivaranjan on July 11, 2006

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In this post I will explain about, how to forward ports in Beetel 220bx router which is provided these days along with Airtel broadband connection. The procedure is only applicable for Beetel 220bx router. The screenshots which are posted here are self explanatory.


Open your browser (preferably Opera or Firefox). Type the address which is provided below in the address bar of your browser.

http://192.168.1.1/main.html (This link takes you to advanced option menu.)

Do not enter http://192.168.1.1/index.html as this will take you to basic options menu and you will not be able to enter advanced setup from here.

When enter the above address you will be asked username and password, the default username and password is given below.

username: admin

Password: password

If you are not able to enter the modem’s configuration page using the above password you can call the airtel customer care regarding that.

Now you should be seeing the screen mentioned below:

Now click the Advance Setup button on the left sidebar of the screen. (Refer the above screenshot)

After this you should be getting this screen:

Now click the NAT button on the left sidebar of the screen (refer the above screenshot).

Click the Add button in the screen which you get after doing the above step.

In the Add port screen you have to enter the following data:

1. Select Service: Do not enter anything here.

2. Custom Service: Enter a description for your port. (For Identification Purpose)

3. Server IP Address: Usually 192.168.1.2 (Your Lan’s IP Address)

In the table which is after these fields fill the following data in the respective columns:

1. External Port Start: Enter the port number which you would like to forward

2. External Port End: Enter the port number which you entered in the first column.

For example if you want to ports 42963 to 42968 then you have to fill the start number as 42963 and ending number as 42968

3. Protocol: Make sure that it is set to TCP/UDP

4. Internal Port Start and End: Do not enter anything here.

Now if you are getting the screen which is shown below then you are almost done. :smile:

Here all the portforwarded ports are listed.

In the final step you should save and reboot the modem as shown in the screenshot below.

That’s all now your ports are successfully portforwarded.

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This is my first tutorial and I have tried to explain portforwarding of Airtel 220BX router in as simple way as possible.

If you feel that I have left out something please feel free to comment here.

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