Forwarding Ports on the Motorola NVG510 Router

What is Port Forwarding?

If you don't know what Port Forwarding is yet, you might want to start by reading our What is Port Forwarding guide.

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Before Forwarding a Port Setup a Static IP Address

To setup port forwarding on the Motorola NVG510 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 Motorola NVG510 Router

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

How To Find Your Motorola NVG510 Router IP Address

It's ok if you don't know your Motorola NVG510 router's internal IP address. You can find it by doing one of the following:

Login To The Motorola NVG510 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 in it. Just replace all of that with the internal IP address of your Motorola NVG510 router. By default the IP address should be set to

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How to Port Forward any port on the Motorola NVG510

Having trouble forwarding ports on the Motorola NVG510?

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 router to save you time and hassle.

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Now that you are logged in to your Motorola NVG510 router you should see the following:

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Click the Firewall link near the top of the page.

You should now see a new menu. In this new menu, click NAT/Gaming.

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Click the Custom Services button near the bottom of the page.

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Enter the name of the program into the Service Name box. It doesn't really matter what you put into this box, but something that will remind you why these ports are being forwarded would be a good idea.

If you are forwarding a single port, enter that port number into the left Global Port Range and the right Global Port Range boxes. If you are forwarding a range of ports, enter the lowest number of that range into the left Global Port Range box. Then enter the highest number of that range into the right Global Port Range box.

Enter the port to forward into the Base Host Port box.

Use the Protocol drop down box to select the protocol type of the ports you are forwarding.

When you are finished, click the Add button.

Click the Return to NAT/Gaming button near the bottom of the page.

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Select the service you created from the Service drop down box.

Use the Needed by Device box to choose a device to forward ports to. This box contains a list of device names that are visible on your network.

When you are finished, click the Add button.

And that is it! You are done!

Test if Your Ports are Open

Now that you have forwarded ports for any port on the Motorola NVG510 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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