Configure Your Home Router
Setting up the
Most of the popular routers used in the USA include DMZ or Port Forwarding.
If your router does not have either mode, you cannot use the NetAV function.
The following steps show how to set up one popular home router, the LinkSys Wireless-G
Broadband Router, model WRT54G.
Press the Index button, select Web and enter the following web address:
http://192.168.1.1/. The Enter Network Password screen appears.
Leave the User Name blank. In the Password field, enter the word admin. Then Select
Select Advanced, then Applications and Gaming A.
Select DMZ and then Enable DMZ.
For the DMZ Host IP, enter 64, which corresponds to the private IP address of the Base
Station that you locked in Step 4.3. Then Select Save Settings.
To confirm your setup, do the following:
Press the Index button and select Web to open up the LocationFree TV browser.
Type in http://YourName.dnsalisas.com:5021/lfx/check
If "NetAV Connection OK!" appears, you are all set. If not, go back and confirm the
settings in Step 5 on page 11.
The above example is when using DMZ. As an alternative, you can use Port-forwarding. For more details,
see your router's instruction manual.
Note that this is the configuration site for the Linksys WRT54G; other routers will have different configuration sites. See
your router manual for details.