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I have some questions about port forwarding on my D-Link Router GLB-802C.

For example:

  • My local machine's IP is
  • My router's IP is
  • My Public (Web) IP is

My questions are:

  1. What will be my Global Address 'To'?
  2. What will be my Global Address 'From'?
  3. In Destination Port "From" and "To" what do I select in the drop down list and port no for forwarding HTTP traffic (for my website)?
  4. In Local Port, what do I select in drop down list and port no?
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portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/Dlink/GLB-802C/… not much help, but I hope you can try to DIY :) –  Tanarri Sep 1 '09 at 9:35
specify your aim;i assume you want to publish the website hosted on your local machine( to be available from web( Global Address From/To: (anybody can access site), Destination Port From: 0, Destination port To: 80/443(depending on HTTP/HTTPS), Local Port : 80/443. If you want to open All ports, use Rule Flavour as BIMAP, IF Name: All, Local Address:, Global Address:, or from a specific public IP –  pulsarjune Mar 27 at 5:51
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While this link may answer the question, it is better to include the essential parts of the answer here and provide the link for reference. Link-only answers can become invalid if the linked page changes. –  Garrett Aug 9 '12 at 15:38
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See this very detailed tutorial with screenshots :
Port Forwarding Utorrent on the Dlink GLB-802C.

Just substitute the port number 65535 in this tutorial to yours.

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Follow the link below where you can get a step-by-step guide how to do port forwarding on your D-Link GLB-802C modem.


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You want to forward the port 80 to the port 80 on your local IP.

e.g. to

From 80 to port 80 on the local IP

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