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I know there is a comprehensive guide on how to set DDNS on router but I ave some question because I think I mess up with some stuff:
Scenario: ADSL modem router (ZTE ZXDSL 831) is connected to Internet. I am not sure if I am behind ISP's proxy or not but shows I have Dynamic Valid IP. Modem internal IP is 192.168.1.1 and my WAN IP is W.X.Y.Z (for example). Modem DHCP is on and has range between 192.168.1.2 to 192.168.1.100 There is a ATA (voip adapter) connected to modem routers only lan/wan port (they have only one). ATA's IP is static set to 192.168.1.2. There is no computer connected to this set.
Now 1- I want to access modem's web interface. 2- I want to access ATA's interface.
Now this is where I mess up with all IP and Ports I should set in router!! DyDNS Hostname, WAN IP, Internal IP, port 80 or 8080, in port forwarding etc...Please clarify this for me.
Answer by Cry Havok · Sep 20, 2012 at 09:04 PM
I would recommend you work through this sticky. It covers everything you need to do to access your ATA's interface.
For accessing your modem you'll need to enable remote administration, if it supports it. You don't need to forward any ports.
Do all modems have this feature?
No, hence my note about if it supports it.