Set Up AT&T Home Base Port Forwarding In A Matter Of Minutes

An AT&T Home Base router has a firewall that keeps your home network safe from any unauthorized external access. However, you’ll notice a visible improvement in some games’ performance if you open additional connections using AT&T Home Base port forwarding. Doing this directs specific connections on your network to specific devices on your network, such as your specified PC/gaming console. Read on below to learn all the steps you need to take to set it up flawlessly.

Getting Started With AT&T Home Base Port Forwarding

To get started, you’ll need to login to the AT&T Home Base router interface. You can use any web browser of your choice to do so and follow these steps:

  • Go to the address bar and type in your router’s IP Address.
  • Once you see the login screen, login with your credentials (Unless you changed them, the default login password for AT&T Home Base router is “attadmin”).
  • You’ll now see the home page.
  • Click on Settings in the left sidebar.
  • Now, click on the tab titled Firewall.
  • You’ll see an option of Port Forwarding. Open it.

You can now create a port forward entry. Follow these simple steps afterward:

  • Click on the dot next to the Port Forwarding settings and select Enable.
  • Now, enter the IP address of the device you want to forward the IP Address to (This can be your PC or your gaming console’s IP address).
  • Enter the port numbers in the left and right Port Range. Also, select the specific Protocol you’re forwarding (Find the ports to use by scrolling down below).
  • Optionally, give this entry a name in the Comment box.
  • When you’re all done, select Apply.

Ports To Use

You can use the following ports for port forwarding:

Protocol TCP: 3074

Protocol UDP: 3074

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