Updating firmware thomson speedtouch 530
The Inside IP is the IP address of the computer that is running the service you want visible from the Internet; for users with a single IP address service leave the Outside IP set to 0.0.0.0 and in the Inside Port and Outside Port fields enter the port numbers you want to use.
The front is almost featureless except for a simple push button on/off switch.The Speed Touch 510 v4 is a new version of the older 510 model and reflects the new Thomson name.It is based around both new hardware and firmware, but still carries the family pedigree for reliability. The main new features are UPn P compliance, and a 4-port 10/100Mbps in-built switch.In the web configuration there is very little that can be fiddled with.This is the one area of the router that has changed little since the original 510 model.The main area that people will want to access is under the Advanced Menu and is the Network Address & Port Translation (NAPT) screen.
This allows you to punch holes in the NAT of the router to allow access to services on your LAN from computers outside on the Internet, e.g.
The blindingly simple configuration for this router involves connecting the router to your network card using the supplied cable, plugging the 9V power supply in, switching the router on and then loading up the CD that is supplied.
For users with a single IP service the standard profiles supplied on CD will work out of the box.
If you decide to use the firewall at a later date it can be turned on via the CLI interface.
The big boast of the publicity for the 510 is that you are just five clicks away from the speed of ADSL.
Once the configuration wizard is done then you should be online if your ADSL has previously been activated and you received the username/password from your ISP.