The incoming ports that need to be forwarded for ATT Remote Monitor are:
ATT Remote Monitor - PC
- TCP: 80
- UDP: 80
Setting Up a Port Forward for ATT Remote Monitor
When you use ATT Remote Monitor you may need to forward ports in your router. By forwarding ports you allow connection requests coming from the internet to be directed to ATT Remote Monitor.
Routers generally do not allow incoming connection requests from the internet. By forwarding ports you can work around this limitation.
Before Forwarding a Port Checkoff This To Do List
You need to know the following things before you can forward a port:
- Your router's internal IP address.
- The internal IP address of your computer.
- The list of the TCP and UDP ports that you need to forward.
Find Your Router's IP Address
You can run our free Router Detector software to locate your router's IP address. It's a part of the Network Utilities suite of tools and it's completely free to use.
You can also follow our Find Your Router IP Address article.
How To Set Up Port Forwarding for ATT Remote Monitor
We have Network Utilities software that can forward ports for you. Our Network Utilities software allows you to add port forwards and also remove them when you no longer need them to maximize your network security.
Alternatively you can do it by hand. The step-by-step process for forwarding a port is:
- You can start by logging in to your router.
- Find the port forwarding section in your router.
- Type your computer's IP address into the correct box in your router.
- It is now time to type the TCP and UDP ports that you are forwarding for ATT Remote Monitor in the correct boxes in your router.
You probably will need to reboot your router for the changes to take effect.
You can choose your router from our list to see exactly how to forward ports for ATT Remote Monitor:
List of Routers - Customized for ATT Remote Monitor
That's all it takes to forward your ports for ATT Remote Monitor.