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boardtc
21-06-2006, 23:54
Port 80 is still going to the Router's web interface, I want to switch that to something else so no-one else knows there's a router with access enabled from the internet.

The reed only post forwarding shows
8080 routing to 192.168.1.1

I can add a virtual server routing for a different port but how can I remove 80?

Thanks, Tom.

Windows XP Pro SP 2

oleo
22-06-2006, 07:17
for Oleg there is http_lanport feature. Eg.

nvram set http_lanport=8008
nvram commit && reboot

boardtc
08-07-2006, 22:16
for Oleg there is http_lanport feature. Eg.

nvram set http_lanport=8008
nvram commit && reboot

Sorry, I did not understand this response?

I appreciate any pointers so I can figure this out.

Thanks, Tom.

MMCM
12-07-2006, 09:17
You can change the port number (default: 80) of the web-interface with those commands (with Olegs firmware, login via telnet or ssh).
But: Changing the port number does not prevent hacking attempts. The only safe way is to use secure passwords with ssl tunnels (dropbear server on WL-500g).