How do I enable UPnP
|How do I enable UPnP|
When Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) is enabled, computers in the Local Area Network (LAN) can request the router to automatically perform port conversions. This way, computers on the Internet can access the resources on LAN computers (such as MSN Messenger, Thunder, BT, PPLive and other apps that support the UPnP protocol) when needed, allowing you to enjoy a more stable network while watching online videos or using apps to download files.
- Connect your computer to the router's Wi-Fi (or connect the computer to the router's LAN port using an Ethernet cable). Enter the default IP address in your browser address bar and log in to your router's web-based management page (check the nameplate on the router for the default IP address) .
For routers that feature self-adaptive ports, you do not need to distinguish between WAN and LAN ports.
- Go to More Functions > Network Settings > UPnP. UPnP is enabled by default, but you can toggle UPnP to turn it on or off.