RT-N66U Dual-band 2x2 N900 Wifi 4-port Gigabit Router

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Issue with setting up NAS on RT-N66U
So I had to remove those routes and once I did that, everything is working smoothly. ASUS Guest Network supports up to three separate guest networks, each with its own usage limits and password. Click Finish to complete the installation. Now setting up your network is easier than ever. However, we only offer ready VPN setup guides for routers using specific router firmware. Thanks for the positive feedback!

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Dual-Band Wireless-N900 Gigabit Router

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Feb 1, Messages: I've set it up to the point where is picked up on my Laptop but just cannot seem to get it registered on Windows on my PC. Both running Windows 10 and fully up to date. Is there something I'm missing or doing wrong please let me know. Jacob Whitby , Feb 1, I'm glad I ran into this thread. I'll definitely give that version a shot. What change was made post I've read several threads and I've seen several recommend older firmwares for N66U but I haven't seen an explanation as to why these older firmwares are more stable.

If you don't know, that's fine, I'm mostly just curious. Well thanks for the explanation. I'm going to try a few more things on this FW and if it doesn't clear up, I'll try You must log in or sign up to reply here.

Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? No, create an account now. To find the port forwarding section of the Asus RT-N66U router let's start on the first page after logging in:. At the top of the page, a new set of tabs appears. Create a name for this forward and put it in the Service Name box.

The name is only used as a reminder and has no effect on the port forward. If you are forwarding a range of ports enter the port range into the Port Range box. The lowest port in the range should be entered first, then a dash, and then the highest port in the range. This can be either the IP address of your computer or the IP address of another device on your network. If you are forwarding a range of ports enter the port range into the Local Port box.

In the Protocol box select the protocol that you want to forward these ports over. After you have finished forwarding these ports, it is a good idea to see if they were forwarded correctly. Testing if your ports are open is easy with our Network Utilities tool, which includes a free Open Port Checker.

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