Fastest Huawei HG630 Router Port Forwarding Steps

This is the port forwarding guide for the Huawei HG630 Tattoo.We also have port forwarding guides for the following related routers:

Pick the guide that most closely matches your router.

Thumbnail image of Port Forward Staff
Port Forward Staff
March 02, 2017 (Last Updated: ) | Reading Time: 5 minutes

When you do online gaming or are simply using an online program do you keep getting kicked out of the game or experience lag? If you do, then you need to make a port forward for that game or application. Your Huawei Tattoo HG630 router has a firewall that helps protect your home network from unwanted Internet threats. The firewall does this by blocking all incoming and outgoing connections that are not recognized. Your game or program ports are being blocked. This process of opening ports is called a port forward.

In this guide we will show you how to port forward the Huawei Tattoo HG630 router. We will walk you through the following steps:

We think that forwarding a port should be easy. That's why we created Network Utilities. Our software does everything that you need to forward a port.

Get Started Now!

When you use Network Utilities you get your port forwarded right now!

Step 1

It is important to setup a static ip address in the device that you are forwarding a port to. This ensures that your ports will remain open even after your device reboots.

This step is important because you want a permanent IP address in your device. If you do not set up a permanent IP address in your device, then when you device reboots it may get a new IP address.

Use a VPN Instead

Have you considered using a VPN instead of forwarding a port? For most users, a VPN is a much simpler and more secure choice than forwarding a port.

NordVPN birthday deal!

We use and recommend NordVPN because not only is it the fastest VPN, it includes a new feature called Meshnet that makes forwarding a port no longer necessary for most applications. With NordVPN Meshnet, you can connect to your devices from anywhere in the world, completely secure, over a highly encrypted VPN tunnel.

Every time you click on one of our affiliate links, such as NordVPN, we get a little kickback for introducing you to the service. Think of us as your VPN wingman.

Step 2

In this step, we show you how to login to the Huawei Tattoo HG630 router. Did you know your router uses a web interface program to manage it's settings. This means you need to login to the management pages using a web browser. It should not matter what browser you decide to use. I recommend picking the one you are the most comfortable using. The common web browsers are Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer.

Once you have opened the web browser of your choice, find the address bar. Normally, this is at the top of the page like this:

Image of a browser address bar
Browser address bar

Above is an example of what a web browser address bar looks like. Find the address bar in your router and type in your router's IP address.

The default Huawei HG630 IP Address is:

If you have changed the router's IP address in the past and don't remember what you changed it to, check out this page titled How To Find Your Router's IP Address.

Once you have finished entering the router's IP address into the address bar, press the enter key on your keyboard. This should take you to a Home page like this:

Huawei HG630 Home - Logged Out
Screenshot of Huawei HG630 Home - Logged Out.

Scroll down to the bottom of this page and find the button labeled Setup. Pressing this button takes you to the following page:

Huawei HG630 Login
Screenshot of Huawei HG630 Login.

Once you have found the login page, you need to enter the username and password for this Huawei Tattoo HG630 router.

Once you have entered the username and password for the router, press the Login button to access the rest of the Huawei Tattoo HG630 router.

Having Trouble?

This is a very common place to get stuck. Here are a few things you can try:

  • One troubleshooting option is to try other Huawei passwords. If you have a different firmware version you could easily have a different username and/or password as well. Here is our list of Default Huawei Router Passwords.
  • Another option is to try and guess what you changed it to. If the above option did not work, it is because you changed the username and/or password in the past and don't remember. If you need help with this step, check out our Find Password App. It will automate the process of guessing thousands of different combinations. If you are interested in this you can learn more on this Router Password Cracker page.
  • Finally, if you have tried everything else and are still stuck, it might be time to consider a factory reset. A reset like this one is a big step and should not be taken lightly. We strongly recommend exhausting your other troubleshooting options before you decide to reset the Huawei Tattoo HG630 router. Learn more about this on this page titled How to Reset a Router.

Step 3

In this step we will show you how to login to the Huawei Tattoo HG630 router. We begin on the Home page of the router:

Huawei HG630 Home - Logged In
Screenshot of Huawei HG630 Home - Logged In.

On this Home page, look in the left sidebar and click the option of Advanced.

Then choose the sub link of NAT.

Huawei HG630 ALG
Screenshot of Huawei HG630 ALG.

You should now be on the page you see above. At this point click the tab at the top of the page labeled Port Mapping.

Huawei HG630 Port Mapping
Screenshot of Huawei HG630 Port Mapping.

This port mapping page is the correct one to be on in order to create a port forward.

Step 4

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:

Don't forget to sign up for NordVPN's promo deal before it's gone.

NordVPN faster than ever deal!

You might notice that most of our site doesn't have ads on it. This is because we use partnerships with companies like NordVPN to keep the site running. Thank you for supporting us by using our referral links.

Enable the Customization radio button.

Choose an available connection from the Interface dropdown box.

From the Protocol box select the protocol for the ports that you want to forward.

You can leave the Remote Host box blank.

If you are just forwarding a single port number then you can simply enter that same number into both the External Start Port and the External End Port boxes. If you are forwarding a range of ports, usually separated by a hyphen, then you need to enter the lowest number of that range into the External Start Port box and then enter highest number into the External End Port box.

Enter the IP address of the device that you want to forward ports to into the Internal Host box. This can be either the IP address of your computer or the IP address of another device on your network.

In the Internal Port box enter the port to forward.

Put a name for this forward in the Mapping 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.

When you are all done click the Submit button.

After each port forward, make sure to click the Submit button at the bottom to save that entry.

Congratulations. Your ports should be forwarded now.

How to Test Your Ports

When you are done, it is always a good idea to check and see if the ports forwarded correctly.

To test if your ports are open or not, we recommend using our Open Port Checker. It is free as long as you download our trial version of the Network Utilities. Our Open Port Checker is better than others out there because we use a local application to see if the server is listening on those ports. Our Port Checker GUARANTEES a true result.

Additional Information

Don't forget to check out the other guides we have here at portforward.comEverything from gaming to networking and software guides. We are your computer information source.

Are you looking for guides written specifically to help you setup a router. Do you need a guide to help setup your wireless network? How about setting up the DNS or changing the radio channel? We have these and more on

More From Portforward