How To Change Nat Type On Belkin Router?

Network Address Translation (NAT) is a network service that helps you connect up to 253 clients (connected to a single IP address) to the Internet. Belkin router uses this feature to connect multiple devices to a single IP address. NAT even acts as a firewall to protect all the connected devices. To increase the data transfer speed, you can change your NAT type on Belkin router.

Change Nat Type On Belkin Router

Carry out these steps to change NAT type on your Belkin router:

  • First, power up your Belkin router and connect it to the PC using a standard Ethernet cable.
  • Make sure that you have arranged the Belkin router to be set up with the modem appropriately.
  • Go to the computer connected to the router and verify the Internet connection.
  • Open the default browser. Enter the Belkin router’s IP address in the URL field to access its login portal.
  • You can identify the Belkin router’s IP address from the Command Prompt app using the “ipconfig” command.
  • It will be notified near the Default Gateway section.
  • In the Belkin router’s login portal, enter the login credentials in the required fields.
  • Click the Login button to access the administrative interface.
  • Navigate to the left-side panel and click the Firewall tab.
  • Select the Virtual Servers submenu and go to the right side of the window.
  • If you wish to change the NAT type, click the Type drop-down menu to choose your desired network type.
  • To disable the devices connected to the Belkin router, uncheck the Enable checkbox near the device name.
  • After changing the NAT type, click the Apply Changes button.
  • If you aren’t able to change NAT type on Belkin router, contact our technical support team.

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