Port Forwarding the Buffalo WBR-G54 Router for QSee QSC26416

What is Port Forwarding?

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Before Forwarding a Port Setup a Static IP Address

To setup port forwarding on the Buffalo WBR-G54 router your device needs to have a static IP address. You should complete one of the following steps first:

Now that you have setup a Static IP Address on your device, please enter the IP address that you assigned to your device here:

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Login to the Buffalo WBR-G54 Router

Now we need to know your routers IP address. You can find it a variety of ways.

How To Find Your Buffalo WBR-G54 Router IP Address

It's ok if you don't know your Buffalo WBR-G54 router's internal IP address. You can find it by doing one of the following:

Login To The Buffalo WBR-G54 Router Using Your Web Browser

Open a web browser like Internet Explorer or Firefox. Enter the internal IP address of your router in the address bar of your browser.

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In the picture above the address bar has http://www.google.com in it. Just replace all of that with the internal IP address of your Buffalo WBR-G54 router. By default the IP address should be set to

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You should see a box prompting you for your username and password. Enter your username and password now.

The Default Buffalo WBR-G54 Router Username is: root

The Default Buffalo WBR-G54 Router Password is: blank

Click the Ok button to log in to your Buffalo WBR-G54 router.

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How to Port Forward QSee QSC26416 on the Buffalo WBR-G54

Having trouble forwarding ports on the Buffalo WBR-G54?

If you are having trouble with this guide, then perhaps PFConfig may be your solution. PFConfig is a software tool that will automatically forward ports for your Buffalo WBR-G54 router to save you time and hassle.

Before we can forward ports to your DVR, we need to change some settings in your DVR. Press Menu on your remote control to get in to your DVR's main menu.

In main menu, move the Active Frame to the Network icon and press ENTER.

Write down the number that is in the IP, Gateway, and Mask settings. Do not change the Gateway and Mask settings. We are going to create static ip address for your DVR and use it from now on. The IP address in the picture above is The 64 portion of that ip address is called the last octet. Each octet of an ip address ranges from 1 to 254. If you have an ip address where the last octet is closer to 1 than 254, add 50 to the last octet and set the IP ADDR to that. If you have an ip address that is closer to 254 than 1, subtract 50 from that last octet and set the IP ADDR to that. Save the settings and get out of your DVR's setup. In this example the last octet was 64. So the new octet in this example would be 114, and the ip address in this example would be Do not use those values they are just an example.

You will need to restart your DVR before those settings will take effect.

Remember what you set the IP ADDR to. You will need to tell your router what IP Address to forward those ports to. Since you want to forward ports to your DVR you will need your DVR's IP address.

We've already taken care of setting up the static ip address in the guide below so you don't need to worry about that part. Just enter your DVR's static ip address that we just setup in to the box requesting your computer's ip address bellow. You won't really be forwarding ports to your computer, but you will be forwarding them to your DVR. Everything else is the same, just keep in mind that the ports will end up being forwarded to your DVR and not your computer.

Buffalo WBR-G54 Router Port Forwarding Screenshots

Now that you are logged in to your Buffalo WBR-G54 router you should see the following:

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Click the Advanced button near the bottom of the page.

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Click the Network Settings link near the left of the page.

You should now see a new menu. In this new menu, click Address Translation.

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Click the Enter NAT Table button near the bottom of the page.

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We will list a series of lines here that will show you exactly how to forward the ports you need to forward. QSee QSC26416 requires you to forward the AppFullPortsListTag ports. Go ahead and enter the settings shown above into the Add NAT Table menu and then click Add to NAT Table.

You should see another page of settings that need to be entered into one of the blank lines on your routers Add NAT Table page. Go ahead and enter those settings and then click Add to NAT Table.

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Put a check into the Group checkbox for every configuration you just created.

Click the Enable marked group button near the bottom of the page.

When you're finished, click Apply near the top of the screen to save your changes.

And that's it! You're done!

Test if Your Ports are Open

Now that you have forwarded ports for QSee QSC26416 on the Buffalo WBR-G54 you should test to see if your ports are forwarded correctly.

To test if your port has been properly forwarded, you can use our Open Port Check tool. Our Open Port Check tool is the only online port checking tool with Guaranteed Results.

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