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Should be an area within your router to do this.

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1. Make the computer or network device (for which you are establishing a DMZ link) has a static IP address (or you can use the DHCP reservation feature to ensure the device has a fixed IP address) (see "Set up DHCP reservation" on page 29).
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2. Log into your router management page (see "Access your router management page" on page 22).
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  1. Open your web browser, type in the router's IP address (standard: 'http://192.168.2.1') and press enter.
  2. Click on Login, Advanced Setup, Firewall, enable it and click on apply.
  3. Click on DMZ and select Yes to enable DMZ.
  4. Enter the IP address of the PS3, which was assigned a static ip address to be kept under DMZ, and click on apply.
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OK try this

USING DMZ When you enter into your router config window, you need to find the Tab DMZ, it should be under applications and gaming if you are using Linksys. Once you find the DMZ tab, click enable and type in the last digits of your XBOX into the box below. Yes when you do this you are opening all the ports on your Xbox, which is insecure, but show me someone that has hacked into an xbox 360?
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Using Port Fowarding After you have enabled DMZ, find the Port Fowarding tab, should be under advanced routing. For the name type in XBL or whatever you want, and for port range put 87 to 89, choose UDP, then your XBOX last digits, and enable. Then do 3073 to 3075 choose TCP, then your XBOX last digits, and enable. Then again do 3073 to 3075 choose UDP, then your XBOX last digits, and enable.

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How do I enable my UpNp and access dmz


Hi jbourke,
Please find the below steps,

1.In the internet explore type 192.168.2.1 and click on enter
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1.In your left hand side you will see DMZ,click on it,if it ask for password then leave it blank and click on submit
2.get the ip of the PS/3 it will be in the range of 192.168.2.
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1. Open your web browser, type in the router's IP address (standard: 'http://192.168.2.1') and press enter. 2. Click on Login, Advanced Setup, Firewall, enable it and click on apply. 3. Click on DMZ and select Yes to enable DMZ. 4. Enter the IP address of the machine, which was assigned a static ip address to be kept under DMZ, and click on apply.

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1. Open your web browser, type in the router's IP address (standard: 'http://192.168.2.1') and press enter. 2. Click on Login, Advanced Setup, Firewall, enable it and click on apply. 3. Click on DMZ and select Yes to enable DMZ. 4. Enter the IP address of the machine, which was assigned a static ip address to be kept under DMZ, and click on apply.

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