Port forwarding ZTE ZXDSL 831 for better Bittorrent speed

I know a lot of you guys are asking for this article so here it goes. Don’t blame me for anything if it don’t work for you.

The ZTE ZXDSL 831 supplied by TMNet for it’s StreamyX service. It’s a cheap but quite powerful DSL bridge/router. It uses the GlobespanVirata chipset which is also known to be used to products like D-Link. Since this company has merged with Conexant, support files for the chipset has been removed. You might be able to find it somewhere if you look hard enough.

A bit from the Bittorrent FAQ :-

The BitTorrent client will normally use ports 6881 to 6889, so when you are adding the ports to your firewall, make sure you cover the whole block.

If you don’t know the default password, you should check out ZTE ZXDSL 831 default password.

After you login, click on Services tab.
Under NAT Options listbox, choose NAT Rule Entry.
Click Add to add a new rule.

Rule Flavor: RDR
Rule ID: 15
Protocol: ANY
Local Address From: 192.168.1.x (Your Bittorrent Client IP)
Local Address To: 192.168.1.x (Your Bittorrent Client IP)
Global Address From:
Global Address To:
Destination Port From: 6881
Destination Port To: 6889

After done all that don’t forget to click on Admin tab and then Commit & Reboot. Make sure to click Commit then Reboot.

This setting should work for other P2P programs. You just need to find out which port they use and then set the required forwarding.

Update: Those of you complaining about slow download speed, please understand the fact that TMNET limiting your torrent connection speed. Read how to defeat their filters.

Tags : ZTE ZXDSL 831, port forwarding, P2P, Bittorrent, router, Telekom Malaysia, StreamyX, TMNET

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77 Comments so far

  1. noahvearn on May 12th, 2005

    hey, i just stumbled to your article about this ^^ . my bittorrent is very extremely slow. never reach 10kbps at all and mostly i got 0kbps. i already did what you stated and change the ports at my bittornado to 6881-6889. i got the green light but still there is no improvement with the speed. is there any suggestions? please help.

  2. toxicle on May 12th, 2005

    If you’re using StreamyX … you’re not the only one experiencing slow speed. To help you understand … you need to know that the download speed relies on a few factors.

    1. Internet connection speed of the person you’re downloading from.
    2. The connection speed of your ISP’s international gateway.
    3. Your upload ratio is low.
    4. Your machine is behind a router and you did not configure port forwarding.
    5. Tracker restrictions.
    6. Your ISP filtering commonly used P2P ports.

    Check out this page. Very detailed.

  3. jo on May 23rd, 2005

    how do i know my BitTorrent Client IP?i’ve done all the steps instructed,but can’t seem to figure out what that is.
    I would very much appreciate your help.

  4. bluecoder on May 23rd, 2005

    I have heard a lot of bittorrant.i wanted to use it but don’t know where to start and what software i need.And where can I get it.Someone please get me to the bittorant track.

  5. toxicle on May 23rd, 2005

    jo: that is the IP of the computer running Bittorrent. To check the IP, simply go to the computer and type “ipconfig” on the command prompt. It should show you the computer’s IP.

    bluecoder: http://www.bittorrent.com/ is the official site.
    I use BitComet http://www.bitcomet.com

  6. jo on May 25th, 2005

    i tried to open my port,but i see no difference in the downloading speed and the light is still yellow…please help

  7. toxicle on May 26th, 2005

    Jo: Please read my reply to noahvearn

  8. Jscythe on June 8th, 2005

    Hi bro.. well i red your article yet i get NAT error on azerus.. well another question is that how do i get my bit torrent’s client IP? and what about the LOCAL PORT=0 is that supposed to stay that way? im stil a noob with this stuffs so i was hoping you could help.. thanks a lot

  9. toxicle on June 8th, 2005

    Your client IP is the IP of the computer you have Bittorent running on. If you don’t set it, your ports are not forwarded.

  10. Daniel on July 9th, 2005

    Hello , Toxicle . I hope you can help . I’m using ZTE 831 modem and enable it as router and added NAT rule for BT port foward . It works fine . I have problem with MSN Audio , i fail to run it . I hope you can help . Thank you . If possible , i hope you guide me step by step . Thank you for your previous solution . Very much appreciated .

  11. tracy on July 24th, 2005

    i m facing the same prob: BT download speed very slow…
    i tried to do some on port forwarding,
    the site cant be connected:
    i just let bt download the whole nite….
    anyone one can tell me how 2 do port forwarding?

  12. farhan on August 21st, 2005

    i’m using ZTE 831 modem and setup it into router and when i’m using BT, the others PC will disconnected from streamyx.How to add NAT coz I can’t find it ?

  13. toxicle on August 22nd, 2005

    Daniel: You need to find out which port MSN uses for audio and then do the same port forwarding. I don’t use MSN so I don’t know :)

    tracy: Your BT downloads going slow is beyond my control. Please understand that your speed very much depends on your ratio and peers speed. This article is about port forwarding if you didn’t realise.

    farhan: Just follow the steps carefully. You may be using a different version if you still can’t find it.

  14. RTSX on September 5th, 2005

    I would like to ask something, does ZTE ZXDSL 831 support UPnP, if so, how to enable it?

  15. JOSE on September 17th, 2005

    i set up my zte zxdsl 831 to rounter its ok and have connection but i have problem = intermittent disconnection from internet

  16. kostas on September 21st, 2005

    Toxicle i have a zte zxdsl 831, i go to but the interface has changed(there is no services tab) and i don’t know what to do. Please help

  17. toxicle on September 21st, 2005

    JOSE: Sorry to hear that. It seems that a lot of people are getting this problem. Are you even from Malaysia? The firmware may be already upgraded now and different from country to country.

    kostas: If the interface is different, then you just need to explore and find it.

  18. kostas on September 29th, 2005

    Toxicle what was the firmware of the modem that you tested? my modem’s firmware is v3.0_B04_XL. Maybe that is the reason why the interface is different

  19. noob on October 3rd, 2005

    wah…. i have no connection after reboot… help me how to set back… some one.. plzz tell me in short..but detail…

  20. toxicle on October 3rd, 2005

    I don’t understand why you got disconnected by setting port forwarding. In any case, you can reset everything back by pressing the hard reset button.

  21. akim on October 8th, 2005

    here is the site where you can port forward all kind of routers and configuring all kind of p2p programme.

    link for configuring routers.

  22. hibeng on November 2nd, 2005

    HI, i already change ZTE ZXDSL 831 modem to router. but the speed to download files are too slow. i go to tmnet website and check de speed, just 300kb/sec although my package is 1MB. the page of also different with the page you show. i need yr help to increase my speed. thankz……

  23. like noob! on November 4th, 2005

    hi. got the same problem with noob. everytime I configure my zte 831 modem to port forward, it always get messed up. I can’t connect to the internet. I’m so excited to port forward so i can host games at battle.net. what a pain… can anybody help? ive read so many things about port forwarding but i can’t get them to work. and where can i download new firmware. is it possible to update my modem’s firmware? lots of question and lots of anwers i need. pls… any ideas?

  24. like noob! on November 5th, 2005

    oh, i got it! tnz anyway… in the protocol drop down menu, select TCP. That’s it. No more mess…

  25. hakimalias on November 8th, 2005

    i tried it but when i click commit then reboot, streamyx will auto disconnect..and LAN has limited or no connectivity…Then i cant connect to streamyx[after restart too]..

  26. HanevE on November 17th, 2005

    try this link http://www.broadbandreports.com/faq/streamyxdsl?text=1
    go to the end of that page..

  27. HanevE on November 17th, 2005

    call telekom n report to upgrade ur adsl to 1024…

  28. fc3s_777 on November 19th, 2005

    Hi Toxicle,

    I tried the above steps you had mentioned, logged in to,but seems like the interface has no (service tab) button to choose,and failed to find any NAT Rule Entry as you described, Please Help !!. Thanks.

  29. pavlin on November 20th, 2005

    hi, pass for zxdsl 831.

  30. sonnetron on December 3rd, 2005

    i’ve set my modem to router but after that my download speed is
    so slow and when i want to surf they are always connection time out
    warning come…help a.sap

  31. Avuhassan on January 1st, 2006

    I set my modem to router & config port forward for my camera.But i could not access to my router from remote.What actually wrong with it?

  32. toxicle on January 3rd, 2006

    fc3s_777: You’ve got an upgraded firmware. Just browse around for the feature. I can’t help you much now as I do not own a 831 anymore :(

    pavlin: The link is right on this article.

    sonnetron: If you’re using P2P, it will slow down. Enable port forwarding. The article somewhere on my site. Search for it.

    Avuhassan: It’s not wise to leave remote access on. It’s disabled because you enabled port forwarding … but I may be wrong. Check the port used by your camera.

  33. grave_yard49 on January 7th, 2006

    hi toxicle,

    im having the same prob with fc3s_777. can’t find neither the services tab nor NAT options drop down box. can anyone using 831 tell me how to overcome this? help is appreciated.. tq :)

  34. Ocean on January 8th, 2006

    hi toxicle,

    i have subscrided Streamyx 1Mb for home user.
    previously, i used the method of manual dial up, and no problem with bittorrent downloading. because of we need to share the internet services, so i set our ZTE ZXDSL831 as a router and dial-up automatically.

    the problem occur after i set my ZTE modem as router, when i try to download using bittorent, the speed was extreamly slow, jz only 10++ Kbit/sec, and most of the time doesnt have any response(mean that 0 Kbit/sec). when i open the bit torrent download s/w and checked, i found that it only can find maximum 4 to 6 peers in the same time, sometime 0.

    when i noticed this problem, i try to reset back my modem, and dial-up manualy, the downloading speed totally different, it can up 60 to 70 Kbit/sec.

    i have try to set my modem by following the guideline provided above, but still face the same problems.

    pls advice, 10x…

  35. grave_yard49 on January 8th, 2006

    hi again

    i jz found the configuration for port forwading model ZTE ZXDSL 831V4.2.a_B04_MY. here’s the link—> http://www.portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/ZTE/ZXDSL831v4.2

    bt the problem nw is i cant find any ‘NAT’, ‘GMS server’ or ‘firewall’ under the ‘advanced’ tab. can anyone figure out wht the hell am i supposed to do, plzzzz?

    help is much appriciated.tq.

  36. knapp on January 16th, 2006

    you are absolutely right
    I’m having the same step and problem too

  37. Ajoi on February 15th, 2006

    im using tm net streamx…i have done port forwarded carefully but after doing that my speed in bit comet was very fast at beginning aroung 15-45kb….but after 5 minutes the dw speed gone to 0kb…can anyone help me with this….its making me quite stress!..my internet connection is 1mb/s..i have check it at xome web site…….i also try limiting my upload speed….

    port forward done(ZTE zxdsl 831)…connection limit 150…to keep 150…uPNP disable…max half open TCP 25….i set it up higher but it seem not to be the problem…the one regarding WinXP sp2 issue about the warning i have check…there no problem in the event manager….can anyone plzz help and give some sollution…..thanks..!!!!

    after i forwarded my port….usually my connection will not be jumping up and down,but after i done the port forward…this thing happen…what do ya think?

    usually 5-20kb
    after port forward (random)-mainly 0kb

    Router-ZTE ZXDSL831 (done it twise port forward using port 50627/25546)-also done the enable ip filter just as in the speed link from the forum,”port forward”)

    ISP-Tm net StreamX (1mb/s)-(cannot find uPNP support in my router)
    i have check in my router

    -using 0.61
    -disable WinXP Firewall (but done the port forward manually)
    -disable uPNP and firewall (in bit comet)
    -have the Remote seed/leechers
    -health usually 2000

  38. newbie on February 19th, 2006


    I need help on how to configure modem ZXDSL 831 for BRIDGE mode.


  39. streamyx-blue on March 2nd, 2006

    Hi guys,

    There is a serious network congestion within Streamyx, especially the international links. The speed has become extremely slow and response time has become extremely high.

    I wrote to custcare of TMNET, but no reply so far.
    As usual, their attitude never change lah.

    No matter how fast your local loop is, the download links and web access are mostly overseas. The current state of overloading international links will continue until those jokers take appropriate actions to increase their bandwidth.

    Frustrated Streamyx User

  40. pkmlcp84 on March 7th, 2006

    hi all./

    recently my connection of bitcomet slow like snail..
    my package is 1M
    normal i can hv about 80++kb/s
    but now just about 2-10Kb/s

    i think the link of the international alr being spam.

    frustrated streamyx agent

  41. rafik on March 13th, 2006

    hi everybody

    i have the same probleme as grave_yard 49, i can’t find NAT under any tab. my firmware version is V4.2.a_B04_OV , is it more recent than the one in the tutorial of portforward.com ?
    anyone can help? pleeaase!!

  42. rafik on March 14th, 2006

    for grave_yard49 and all who can’t access the NAT option :
    when you enter to the modem/router config page, clic QuickSetup and next, then activate PPOE and next, then activate NAT.
    that’s it (excuse my english, i’m algerian an my language is french)
    good forwarding ;)

  43. Happy Happy Joy Joy on March 16th, 2006

    HAHAH THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE UR TORRENT SETTING!! MUAH MUAH FEEL LIKE WANT TO MAKE LOVE TO U. it worked. just give the stupid zxdsl831 a little time to work. for those who like downloading torrent but slow its actually about seeding. the more ppl seeding the file the faster dwld rate u will get.

    i give u 4 advice to dwld torrent very fast:-

    1) use the above setting
    2) download torrents ONLY with many seeds
    3) use BITTORNADO ( its simple/stable )
    4) go to http://www.mininova.org/ . the only site i recommend to grab torrent file because there is plenty seeders there. im currently dwlidng torrent with 7 seeder with dwld rate of 30++ and i usually dwld new “bleach” episode at rate of 100++ (16k seeders). if ur downloading a rare anime or something, go straight and dwld them from their fansub site. eg:-

    i usually use bittornado. give u a bit of bittornado setting to go with the setting above.

    bittornado setting:-
    1)go to Prefs ( underlined with blue color )
    2)set port range to the ones above ( 6880-6991 )
    3)upnp port fowarding set to disable

    if the top left circle goes green
    then ur dwlding go like w000000t

    if not then scroll up do the nat thing and try again

    hepi hepi joy joy jooooooooy!!! heeeeeeeeeppppppppii!! JOOOYY !! XD

  44. toxicle on March 16th, 2006

    Happy Happy Joy Joy: Glad that it worked good for you :)

  45. tommy on March 18th, 2006

    hi…i cant find the settings..n i cant even log in using the dafult password..there isnt any NAT button though

  46. toxicle on March 18th, 2006

    tommy: When you can’t login, it’s obvious that you can’t find the settings and NAT button isn’t it?

  47. roberto on March 25th, 2006

    how to uncapped your modem by laymanquo.

    uncapping your modem will give you speeds up to 4.5mbps.
    yup! 4.5mbps, thats like when ure dl stuff, u see it dls about 500KBps.
    looks nice rite?

    want to know more?

    firstly, need to know this:
    uncapping your modem/connection is ILLEGAL.
    - do it at your own risk!

    well, drinking alcohol in public is ILLEGAL.
    smoking marijuana is ILLEGAL.
    betting is ILLEGAL.
    red colar crime is ILLEGAL.
    red tape is ILLEGAL (more of a culture actually).

    so we r all into this ILLEGALS stuff already, what harm can be made by adding another one? mahahahahahahaha.

    now, some loser said that by uncapping, actually, ure using other ppl bandwidths. so other ppl will be affected.
    that is true.

    now, the truth is, all streamyx connection is shared.
    - we do not get 1mbps (it says in fine print, best speed only)
    - if we all get 1 mbps speed, then we can download anything we want, withing our 1 mbps range. we dont affect other users cos they’re using their own 1 mbps connection.
    - but because streamyx is shared, thats why when we dl (especially torrents) other ppl, and ourselves are affected.

    back to uncapping.
    now uncapping is not ILLEGAL.
    why? because streamyx says we get 1 mbps. but we dont.
    so? we are already sharing and affecting other users. so whats the diff if we uncap?

    now for the fun part.
    how to uncap!!

    - to be continued -

  48. faris on April 9th, 2006

    what da best port for ares lite?? and how to add that port??..
    i have a problem.. when i want to download.. download is so slow.. so.. can u help me.. how to do it??

  49. TorrentLover on April 26th, 2006

    Hey guys, listen up! Forget about port forwarding and shit like that. Here’s my advise after doing some months of research on getting my torrents speed up… Now the port forwarding is not effective anymore as those are blacklisted by ISPs and the more you set them the more you slow down your speed and your peers. So.. lets get to business.
    First of all TMnet has already installed traffic shaping solution and if you notice your download hits 300kb/s and suddenly drops to 100kb/s for those with 1mb/s package. Now its simple: 1megabit/s=100kbytes/s so you’re capped. So forget about port forwarding as it’s not effective anymore. Here’s what i did to improve my torrent downloads:
    1. Use Azureus, forget the rest! Utorrent is not bad at times too.. BitComet is not as good as before i never had any luck even with 100+ seeders..
    2. Use Azureus dynamic port assignments it’ll assign something like 50000 and above which are rarely monitored by ISPs and even if it were Azureus has built-in traffic encryption. Enable this feature!!!! it’s important to bypass traffic shaping!!
    3. So far i’m getting pretty decent speeds average 40-60kbytes/s and that’s much much better than with bitcomet which gave me nothing at all and the best i could get was 5kb/s!!! guys remember nowadays most of the trackers became private and reject BitComet clients.. for some reason Azureus is acceptable at major trackers… So if you notice that there are 100s of seeders yet you get a lousy speed then it’s because you’re capped or the tracker rejects you… So far this is all i can suggest you guys.

  50. Praful on April 30th, 2006

    Sorry, But I cant find where to set the “dynamic port assignments” in Azureus.


  51. Praful on April 30th, 2006

    And one more thing:

    “After you login, click on Services tab.
    Under NAT Options listbox, choose NAT Rule Entry.
    Click Add to add a new rule.”

    ^ I don’t see a services tab…

  52. Daphsta on May 8th, 2006

    Does anyone have any idea why is it when I start to use any bit torrent client, I get a lot of time outs and disconnected from the network. Makes my connection a bit iffy. I have been trying to search for solutions and cause to this problem but can’t seem to find out why. It happens when BT tries to make connection to seeders. I am only getting speeds of only 0.5- 1Kb at any given time.

  53. messiahhh on June 3rd, 2006

    Torrentlover are you for real ? Or did you get your info from hearsay ? I mean the part about port forwarding being ineffective now ?

    And what about that roberto dude, who promised to teach how to uncap. Mmmm…i think if it was as easy as just posting a few instructions on a forum everyone would uncap their modems.

  54. edwin on June 8th, 2006

    toxicle? could you kindly put up several guides for different firmwares like mine is ZXDSL 831V4.2.a_B04_MY

    and i’m getting so confused by the jumpy comments.

  55. network_newbie on June 30th, 2006

    if encounter BT slow speed d/w or unable to establish connection, or when BT running, ur other network users hard to connect internet, please check ur modem PORT FORWARDING [in ZXDSL 831 known as NAT RULE ENTRY].

    if not yet forward ur bt port to ur computer which running bt, u must know several thing b4 create a new rule entry for ur modem.

    1. What port ur bt client use to listen? [listen port, such as BitComet use 13480 as default]

    2. Local IP address for ur computer which running bt client

    Rule Flavor: RDR [Must]
    Rule ID: 15 [choose 1 - 20]
    IF NAME: ALL [if not sure which connection, choose ALL]
    Protocol: ANY [choose ANY]

    //For Single BT Computer//
    Local Address From: [Your Computer Local IP which run BT]
    Local Address To: [Same as From]

    //For Multiple BT Computers//
    Local Address From: [Your Computer Local IP which run BT - First]
    Local Address To: [Your Computer Local IP which run BT - Last]

    Global Address From: [ specified all outsider]
    Global Address To: [ specified all outsider]

    //If ur bt only use one port, then destination port From, To, and local port use same port//

    Destination Port From: [Yout BT listen port number - first]
    Destination Port To: [Yout BT listen port number - last]

    Local Port: [Yout BT listen port number - primary/first]

    ** If need help in other type of modem, can kindly send me an email [[email protected]].

  56. toxicle on June 30th, 2006

    edwin: I’m sorry I can’t possibly support every firmware there is out there.

  57. toxicle on June 30th, 2006

    What TorrentLover said is true. Traffic shaping is in place. Not sure about Azureus though but it could be one of the ways to counter it depending on how they configure the filters.

  58. arizone on July 10th, 2006

    I was encountering the speeds slow about 0/1 Kbs download have to take long long times for finishing 1 file. another thing is looks like my ZTE 831 have to restart every time when fill slow .once getting IE cant display i have to restart my modem . after restart the modem it looks more responding instead of without restart . please adive on this

  59. toxicle on July 11th, 2006

    arizone: Does this happen after your setup port forwarding? Bear in mind that TMNET already started traffic shaping on torrent downloads.

  60. arizone on July 17th, 2006

    o…ya TMNET now are shaping torrent download .. any way now i was trying AZEREUS for dowloading i was encountering on incoming TCP listen port invalid almost get fail, how do i get the correct port on this ?

  61. jhanz on August 11th, 2006

    Where is this DYNAMIC PORT ASS? Can anybody pls point out where in Azureus these is? I can’t configure my NAT from the above suggestions + portforward.com, and it seems DPA is an alternative solution. If “torrentlover” is accurate, a simple minded pirate will seed and not leech.

    Peace and advice is all it takes to establish connection..

  62. jhanz on August 11th, 2006

    hmmmn………………………Dynamic Ports Range, well–

    Dynamic/Private: Ports 49152 to 65535 doesn’t work for me either.

    Again, neither ZXDSL 831 port forwarding. Can’t get thru passwordz in these ZTE thing. More help plz..tnx

  63. toxicle on August 11th, 2006

    jhanz: The passwords work only in Malaysia. One question … if the passwords don’t work how did you configure your port forwarding?

  64. madgenius on August 17th, 2006

    thank godness..after all u guys atleast could understand the idea of slow connection wif streamyx downloading issue..cheers!!

  65. Frank on August 18th, 2006

    Can you help me configure ZTE ZXDSL 831 to route external http request to my pc running a web server.
    Thanks in advance.

  66. toxicle on August 18th, 2006

    Frank: Just do the same thing but change
    Destination Port From: 80
    Destination Port To: 80

  67. Frank on August 19th, 2006

    toxicle thanks

  68. chessy on October 6th, 2006

    i have a problem with my router….
    the first time that my modem turns to router, the bittorrent speed is fairly high on azureus…but after that, the speed had plummeted drastically..i have downloaded files that is 1g in size and the speeds slowed from 30 kbps to less than 5 kb…what problem am i facing here???? dan how can i fix these…????

  69. llcoolr on November 17th, 2006

    i need step by step how to do this
    where i could login in

  70. Jason on November 25th, 2006

    Hi Guys,

    I think the firmware has been updated by TM Net to prevent us from fiddling around with the port forwarding. Why else would they have a ‘MY’ extension in the back for this version? Maybe if we had an older firmware copy, we could flash the firmware and have portforwarding? Am not sure whether this would disable the modem though…

    llcoolr: you might want to have a look at http://www.portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/ZTE/ZXDSL831v4.2/

    It’s pretty accurate to the point of setting the NAT which is missing in the Malaysian version (from what I’ve read so far). Default password for the modem is ADSL / expert03.


  71. btuser on December 7th, 2006

    I using ZTE ZXDSL831. Before I config as router, my download speed can go >50kb for 512Mbps, but nw i jz get less than 10kb. Anyone can tell what the problem?
    I set portforwarding dy…

  72. Bill on December 22nd, 2006

    thanks again now my torrent speed has gone faster :)

  73. sky88 on January 5th, 2007

    my router is D-link DSL-500G wan to ask why i only 51888 portforward show green “OK”, and try alot other number 9888, 9333, 8888,7888,..all show red colour ” erro” …pls help..

  74. toxicle on January 5th, 2007

    sky88: Sorry I do not provide support for DSL-500G

  75. bigfoot on April 26th, 2007

    What rafik told was correct…you can unlock the NAT link by going to QUICKSETUP>NEXT>BACK>modify and enable NAT

    My question is do I need to enable NAT on all PVC names?It is also asking me for PPP username and password.Also,should I obtain IP address automatically or put a WAN IP address. Please help me. I’m using ZXDSL 831V4.1.0a_D09_OV

  76. m4lvolio on May 1st, 2007

    Hello. I have ZXDSL 831DV2.1_A07 . I can only log in to the main page using user / user. After that, it asks me for a pass again and none of the ones listed here or anywhere else will work. Sugestions please ?

  77. monkey_keith on June 9th, 2007

    I don’t think the auto dial up and port forwarding worked for me. Now I wish to change my modem and PC setting back to manual dial up, which I’ve already gotten both configuration all messed up.

    Can someone please assist me in steps of how to recover the settings back to manual dial up for both my modem and PC?

    Thanks in advance.

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