BSNL Router WA3002G4 Port Forwarding With Virtual Servers

Here i like to share my experience with the great!! great!!! BSNL ADSL2+ Router and how i banged my head with that router :P

While i am staying in coimbatore i am AIRTEL Customer . In their ADSL2+  Router under the NAT i have NAT Virtual Servers Link , Port Triggering  and DMZ.  I use Nat Virtual servers to do port forwarding to my system  so that i can play games host some servers like Apache , ftp in different systems on my LAN.

After myself shifting to chennai i bought BSNL Broadband Connection because of only reason that in my locality Airtel is not Available . To my bad surprise as usual i opened the router configuration page by typing http://192.168.1.1 . Under the NAT there is only DMZ no other links :( . I want the dam Nat Virtual Server  Setup . So i started to pondering how to do that.

Router Nat Page Without Virtual Servers Link

Some People recommended to put my Systems LAN IP in DMZ host . Thats really really not recommended because your are putting your system in big security risk unless you have really good Operating system level firewall .

Note : I am talking about DMZ host not DMZ Zone for further reading http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DMZ_%28computing%29

And also you cannot able to port forward different services to different servers in your LAN.

To know more about port forwarding www.portforward.com

Here is a how to do a portforward in BSNL WA3002G4 by using a Hidden Link

http://192.168.1.1/scvrtsrv.cmd?action=view

Virtual Servers

I dont know why that link is hidden from the users . And also i am wondering who hidden that from the end user whether the manufacturer UTStarCom or BSNL .

How i found that they have hidden the link . I sshed  the router and  It’s there to my surprise . have a look at the below picture :)

ssh

here is the how to to add a virtual server by using ssh

download Putty login with your username and password Go to NAT–> 1 Virtual servers –> 1 Add

addvs

Note : Internal Server IP Address Should be your LAN ip address

But i Request you to go for http configuration by using the link http://192.168.1.1/scvrtsrv.cmd?action=view for better understanding.

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22 Responses to BSNL Router WA3002G4 Port Forwarding With Virtual Servers

  1. kirtisagar says:

    hey thanks man,
    that helped me lot,

    now pls tel me how to use putty ssh to unblock the virtual server.

  2. vykischandra says:

    Awesome sir, youre the best, pl publish this one to other sites as well

  3. Rajendra says:

    Thank you very much for the article. Is there any way to access the system (forwarded ssh port) using sshclient with in the same network? I tried to login another system (which is in the same n/w) using public ip, but it always shows the router, from outside i can access.

  4. dude says:

    nice man nice

  5. Abhilash says:

    Man, you rock!!! Thanks a lot!

  6. Mukharjee Pinapaka says:

    Hi, You did greate job by posting this article. Thanks for your help. you are great !!!!! -Mukharjee

  7. syed says:

    gr8 work.. thanx for the info.. but still i am facing problem..

    it says ” since port 80 is used the dsl router webserver port will be moved to 8080″ but after rebooting when i try to connect to apache server by typing my dynamic ip (http://59.93.76.43) in address bar the dsl router web server is responding….

    my nat and firewall are enabled

    so.. how can i solve my prob?? plz help

  8. babu says:

    THANKS A LOT MAN I AM SURE U R A GENIUS

  9. fghyt says:

    whats the result
    i mean what can you do with this;
    do you increase internet speed ?

  10. Sebastian T F says:

    Thank you very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very much man

    You are so so so cool.

  11. I have a billion 5200s broadband router and with dynamic ip .I need to update a database in my remote website with the new dynamic internet ip whenever my router restarts . How do i do it without using dyn-dns.org. Is it possible to change dyn dns service provider domain name in the route thro telnet / etc? My router supports only dyndns.org and their service is not free .

  12. Rory Jarocki says:

    Turquoise and Yellow Paisley Design Throw Pillow would look fab in my living room!

  13. mitesh says:

    awesome

  14. Madhur Tewani says:

    how to make pairing of MAC Address & IP Address in this BSNL router???
    do reply please

  15. niyas says:

    wonderful…man….very thanks…24hours am searching for this

  16. Arun says:

    Hi… is it possible to do packet capture using wireshark in BSNL modem?

  17. Anshu says:

    I had BSNL Router in which i had to forward my sql server port 1433 and i forwarded the port 1433 but still it shows that it is closed. Please suggest…………

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