The ports that need to be forwarded for WWW File Share Pro are listed here:
WWW File Share Pro - PC
- TCP: 80
Set Up a Port Forward for WWW File Share Pro
When you use WWW File Share Pro you may need to forward ports in your router. The purpose of forwarding ports is to make a direct connection from the internet to WWW File Share Pro.
By default routers do not allow incoming network requests. Forwarding ports can work around this limitation.
Before You Forward a Port
Before you can forward a port you need to know the following things:
- 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.
How to Locate Your Router's IP Address
You can run our free Router Detector software to locate your router's IP address. Our Router Detector tool is free to use and is part of our Network Utilities software.
If you do not want to run the software, you can follow our Find Your Router IP Address guide.
How To Forward Ports for WWW File Share Pro
You can use our Network Utilities software to automatically forward ports for you. With Network Utilities, you can easily forward ports and also un-forward ports quickly so that you can keep your network up to date with the ports that you need forwarded and maximize your network security.
Another option is to go through the process of forwarding ports one step at a time. The way to forward a port is:
- Begin by logging in to your router.
- Look for the port forwarding section in your router.
- Put the IP address of your computer in the proper box in your router.
- Put the TCP and UDP ports that you are forwarding for WWW File Share Pro in the correct boxes in your router.
Some routers need to be rebooted in order for the changes to be saved.
You can choose your router from our list to see exactly how to forward ports for WWW File Share Pro:
List of Routers - Customized for WWW File Share Pro
That's all it takes to forward your ports for WWW File Share Pro.