Manual Port Forwarding with a Netgear Router

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Overview

For routers which are not known to be compatible this article will cover the basic idea of Port Forwarding the web service (port 80) on a Netgear Router. This knowledge may be used for other Netgear branded routers. For further technical assistance with port forwarding, please consult with Netgear's technical support or a computer network consultant. Please be sure to read the Aspects of Port Forwarding and Remote Access article before proceeding with this article.


Set the DiskStation to have a Fixed LAN IP Address

Step 1:

  • Login to the Synology DiskStation Manager as administrator
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Step 2:

  • Proceed to Network
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Step 3:

  • Proceed to Network Interface
  • Select the LAN Port which will have port forwarding
  • Switch to Use Manual Configuration
  • Click Ok and let the DSM Restart the Network Services.
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Enabling Port Forwarding on a Netgear Router

  • Notes about this router in this article's example
    • Name: Netgear RangeMax N150 Wireless Router
    • Model: WNR1000v3
    • Default IP: 192.168.1.1
    • Default Username: admin
    • Default Password: password
    • Firmware: 1.0.2.26_51.0.59NA


Step 1:

  • Open a web browser and proceed to the default IP of
    • http://192.168.1.1/
  • Login with the User Name of admin
  • Login with the Password of password
  • Click Ok
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Step 2:

  • Click Port Forwarding/Port Triggering
  • Select Port Forwarding
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Step 3:

  • From the drop-down list, select HTTP
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Step 4:

  • After selecting HTTP
  • Enter the IP Address of the DiskStation
  • Click Add
  • Done
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Step 5:

  • Consider signing up for a compatible DDNS provider, and set the DDNS update service in the DSM, under here
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