Airtel Broadband: Configuring Airtel's Beetel 220BX adsl2+ modem

getout

Newbie
[OP]
Oct 12, 2005
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well, i want to set up my ftp server. i m having airtel's 128kbps connection with beetel's 220bx adsl2+ modem. Since in the router configuration when we go from web browser there is no port forwarding option. but when we goto router configuration through telnet, we can. i have made changes from telnet as followsI login through telnet into router configuration using command prompttelnet 192.168.1.1 i get following options :1. ADSL Link State2. LAN3. WAN4. DNS Server5. Route Setup6. NAT7. Firewall8. Quality of Service9. Managements10. Passwords11. Reset to default12. Save & Reboot13. Exiti go to 6. option i.e. NATThere was Virtual Server & DMZ optioni go to Virtual Server option & Added a virtual Server with following optionService Name : FTPExternal Start Port : 21External Stop Port : 21Internal Start Port : 21Internal Stop Port : 21Internal IP Address : 192.168.1.2then i saved this configuration & rebooted. I just want to know is this settings are correct. please reply.
 

eveningblush

Newbie
Oct 24, 2005
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i tried this but this also doesnt work for me .... do i have to make any additional configuration somewhere as i also saw dmz over there when i telnet to router .... m still getting routers page with ip thats assigned to my pc !
 

getout

Newbie
[OP]
Oct 12, 2005
4
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there is one more thing to configure, i think this modem can be easily cracked by anyone
 


WiZaRd

l33T
Regulars
Oct 25, 2005
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Dude get urself a better router or a firewall maybe ? This modem is the most basic n is not safe for FTP.
 

ultra vires

O.o
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Nov 28, 2004
679
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i got my 220bx modem today only and it has a new firmware , it wrks fine no need of port forwardin :p
 

taurasbazeri

Newbie
Sep 11, 2006
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well, i want to set up my ftp server. i m having airtel's 128kbps connection with beetel's 220bx adsl2+ modem. Since in the router configuration when we go from web browser there is no port forwarding option. but when we goto router configuration through telnet, we can. i have made changes from telnet as follows

I login through telnet into router configuration using command prompt

telnet 192.168.1.1
i get following options :

1. ADSL Link State
2. LAN
3. WAN
4. DNS Server
5. Route Setup
6. NAT
7. Firewall
8. Quality of Service
9. Managements
10. Passwords
11. Reset to default
12. Save & Reboot
13. Exit

i go to 6. option i.e. NAT
There was Virtual Server & DMZ option

i go to Virtual Server option & Added a virtual Server with following option

Service Name : FTP
External Start Port : 21
External Stop Port : 21
Internal Start Port : 21
Internal Stop Port : 21
Internal IP Address : 192.168.1.2

then i saved this configuration & rebooted.

I just want to know is this settings are correct. please reply.
3. WAN
4. DNS Server
5. Route Setup
6. NAT
7. Firewall
8. Quality of Service
9. Managements
10. Passwords
11. Reset to default
12. Save & Reboot
13. Exit

i go to 6. option i.e. NAT
There was Virtual Server & DMZ option

i go to Virtual Server option & Added a virtual Server with following option

Service Name : FTP
External Start Port : 21
External Stop Port : 21
Internal Start Port : 21
Internal Stop Port : 21
Internal IP Address : 192.168.1.2

then i saved this configuration & rebooted.

I just want to know is this settings are correct. please reply.
[/quote]

ARE YOU HAVING STATIC ip in this connection otherwise always you are suppose to check dynamic ip befor doing ftp
Plz chk THIS

open 22obx
as //192.168.1.1/main.html
go ADVANCE
NAT
VERTUAL SERVER
NAT VIRTUAL SERVER PAGE OPENS
THERE U CAN TICK ON select a serveice ( as FTP SERVER )
give name as ABC
and give the local ip
suppose it is 192.1680.1.5
port no.21

it will work

mail me at taurasbazeri@hotmail.com
 


anshu

Newbie
Regulars
Nov 11, 2006
65
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QUOTE(Crazysah @ Jan 15 2007, 09:08 PM) [snapback]75315[/snapback]
Guys?[/b]


you'll get the NAT option when you'll change the link in address bar from 192.168.1.1/xyz???.... to 192.168.1.1/main.html, there u will find a category NAT under which you will find the VIRTUAL SERVERS option..

NOTE: please change the link only after logging in to the modem..