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How do I configure remote management on the USR8200?
In its default state, the USR8200 blocks all external users from connecting to or communicating with your network. Therefore, the system is safe from hackers who may try to intrude on the network. You may want to enable certain services that allow remote management. Enabling such services will allow you to access your USR8200's Web User Interface from outside of your local network using a standard Web browser or Telnet client.
Note: If you have forgotten the user name and/or password, please contact your Administrator. If you are the Administrator and have exhausted all user name and password possibilities, click here for the factory default reset procedure.
Remotely accessing the USR8200.
In order to remotely access the USR8200 using a standard Web browser, you will need to type in your WAN IP address followed by the port number. Remote access using Telnet does not require knowing the port number, only the WAN IP address.
Locate the WAN IP Address and port number.
Remote Management via Web browser.
Note: The WAN IP address and the port number must be separated by a colon.
Remote Management via Telnet.
Changing port numbers associated with remote administration.