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Can't open ports on D Link Router


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DisDude1

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I have a D-Link VWR-11.4.0 router, and when I go to Virtual Server->User->New, set up my Port Start, Port End, and Port Map, and hit Apply...instead of appearing at the bottom, it goes back to the Virtual Server page, and makes me set up a new port. I thought when you clicked Apply it was supposed to appear at the bottom instead of taking you back...I think this is the reason my ports won't open. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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DisDude1,

Are you clicking Save and then Apply?
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There is no "Save" under the Rule Management Page. After I click Apply, instead of staying on the Rule Management page, it takes me back to the Virtual Server page.
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DisDude1:

Clear cache and cookies of your browsers. Login to the router and try again.
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DisDude1,

What browser are you using to access your router settings page? If you're using Chrome or Firefox, I would suggest trying Internet Explorer instead and then seeing if your settings apply properly.
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