Fastest Genexis DRG700 Router Port Forwarding Instructions
This Genexis DRG700 router has a firewall. The firewall protects your home network from unwanted Internet access. The firewall does this by blocking all incoming and outgoing connections (ports) that have not been authorized. Some online games and programs require additional ports to be opened for optimal performance. In order to allow these ports to be opened you need to create a port forward.
In this guide I will be showing you how to properly open a port or ports on your Genexis DRG700 router. These steps are:
- How to setup a static IP address on the device you are forwarding these ports to.
- How to login to the Genexis DRG700 router.
- How to find the port forwarding section of the router interface.
- How and what information to enter in your router to create the desired port forward.
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After setting up a static ip address on your devices you need to login to your router.
TIP: Write this static IP address down. You need it a little later in the port forwarding process.
Time to login to the Genexis DRG700 router. Your router along with most others require a web browser to interact with the router interface. You need to open up a web browser. It normally doesn't matter which one. I recommend choosing one you are the most familiar with such as Chrome, Internet Explorer, Edge, or Firefox.
Once you have opened the web browser of choice, find the address bar. The address bar is typically located at the top of the page like this:
In the above image I have circled the address bar for you. It has 192.168.1.254 in it. All you need to do is replace what is in the address bar with the router's IP address. The IP address of the router can also be referred to as the router's GUI address or the computer's default gateway.
The default IP address of the Genexis DRG700 router is: 192.168.1.254
Once you have entered the router's IP address, press the Enter key. If the IP address was correct you should get an authentication page like this:
If you did not get an image similar to the one above, you need to find out what the router's IP address has been changed to. To do this follow our guide titled How To Find Your Router's IP Address.
This gives you a page that asks for a username and password.
- The Default Genexis DRG700 Router Username is: admin
- The Default Genexis DRG700 Router Password is: password
If the default values for the Genexis DRG700 router did not work, there are a few things you can try:
- I first recommend trying other default Genexis usernames and passwords. A slightly different firmware version may also have a different username and/or password. Here is our list of the Default Genexis Router Passwords.
- If the above option did not help then it is likely you or someone else has changed the router's username and/or password. You can either try and guess what the name was changed to or use our Find Router Password App. Our app does the guessing for you, making owning a router much easier.
- If you are still unable to access your router interface you may need to consider a factory reset. A reset like this one erases all previously changed settings (including the username and password). The problem with a reset is that you have to completely reconfigure your router afterwards. I do not recommend a reset unless you have exhausted all your other troubleshooting options.
It is now time to find the port forwarding section of the device. To help you with this step, we start on the System Information page:
On this first page you need to click the Network option at the top of the page.
You should now see a page like the one above. Click the smaller sub-link of Port Forward.
On this new page, you need to click the option of Add New Rule.
You are now on the correct page to make a port forward entry.
Here are the ports to forward for Xbox Live:
TCP Ports: 3074 UDP Ports: 3074
If you are looking for the ports for a different application you can find it by either:
Put a name for this forward in the Service Name box so that you can remember why you set this forward up. The name does not matter so pick something that has meaning to you.
Put the same port number into both the Public Ports and the Local Ports boxes.
You need to enter the IP address that you are forwarding ports to in the Local IP Address box. It's possible for this to be either the IP address of your computer or any other IP address on your network that you want ports forwarded to.
In the Protocol box select the protocol that you want to forward these ports over.
When you are done click the Save New Rule button.
Don't forget to click the Save New Rule after each entry is complete.
Test Your Ports
After you have finished port forwarding on the Genexis DRG700 router you should test them to see if the forwarded properly. In order to do this I recommend using our Open Port Checker. It is a reliable and totally free to use. Our port checker uses a local application to see if your ports are open. This makes our port checker guaranteed to have accurate results.
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