Your Tilgin Vood 452w router includes a firewall that helps to protect your home network from any unwanted access. This is what firewalls are designed to, but sometimes you want these connections opened for a game or other application. When you open these connections you are creating an open port, or more commonly called a port forward because you are forwarding a port directly to a device inside your home network.
To open port on the Tilgin Vood 452w router you need to:
These steps may seem difficult at first, but we will walk you through each step in opening a port for the Tilgin Vood 452w router.
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.
When you use Network Utilities you get your port forwarded right now!
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.
It is time to login to the Tilgin Vood 452w router. To do this you need to use a web browser because the Tilgin Vood 452w uses a web interface. The web browser you use doesn't matter it can be Chrome, Internet Explorer, Edge or any other you want to use.
After opening the web browser you need to locate the address bar. This is normally located along the top of the page like this:
When you find the address bar, simply replace what is in it with the Tilgin Vood 452w routers IP Address.
NOTE: The router's IP Address is also referred to as the computer's default gateway.
The Tilgin Vood 452w router's default IP Address is: 192.168.1.1
After you have finished typing in the IP Address, simply press the Enter button on the keyboard. If all goes according to plan you should see the following screen:
You should now see a box asking for a username and password.
Once you have entered the username and password associated with the Tilgin Vood 452w router, click the Log In button in the lower right corner of the page.
If the username and password did not work, we recommend trying other Tilgin usernames and passwords. Find out what these are on our Default Tilgin Router Passwords page.
If you are still unable to login in to the router interface you may have changed the username and password in the past and forgotten. It might be time to consider a reset. When you reset a router you lose all your personal data in the router including the changed username and password. Check out our How to Reset a Router Password guide to learn more.
Once you have logged into the Tilgin Vood 452w router you need to locate the port forwarding section of the router. To do this let's start on the first page:
First, you want to click the option of ADVANCED at the top of the page.
Now, look in the left sidebar and click the option of Port Forwarding.
You should now be on the screen you see above. Take a look at the center of the page. Do you see the heading of Category? Under that heading put a dot in the radio button next to User.
A couple new buttons appear when you do this. Click the button labeled New.
Congratulations! You have made it to the port forwarding page.
You are now ready to enter some data in the Tilgin Vood 452w router. In order for us to show you exactly what information goes in your router you need to answer the following 2 questions.
(Remember: The IP Address above needs to match the static IP Address you setup in step 1)
The next box or boxes show you exactly what data to enter into your router based on how you answered the questions above. Right now we are showing the ports for XBox Live.
Simply fill in the boxes in your router as you see them below:
Don't forget to click the Apply button after each entry.
Now that you have finished forwarding the ports on the Tilgin Vood 452w router, how do you know they are actually open?
To test the ports on your Tilgin Vood 452w router, you can use our Network Utilities tool. This tool includes a free Open Port Checker. This tool is Guaranteed to work because it always uses a local application to see if the port is open.
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