Portable Port Forward Network Utilities 3.5.0
Port Forward Network Utilities Portable is a suite of software to help get your ports forwarded. Our Network Utilities suite includes everything you need to diagnose, troubleshoot, and fix port forwarding issues, including:
- Accessing your security cameras when you are away
- Forwarding ports to both Xbox and Playstation consoles
- Setting up a server at home, such as Minecraft or Teamviewer
- Speeding up torrent downloads
- Finding your router on your network
- Optimizing your router
- Testing ports on your network
- Recover lost router passwords
Setting up a port forward is quick and easy with Port Forward Network Utilities. Thanks to the large database, you don’t have to do any work on the router yourself – the tool carries out all the changes independently.
The so-called port forwarding, i.e. the forwarding of a connection to a specific port of a PC, is often required when a PC acts as a server and has to be reached from the Internet.
This is often the case with online games, for example.
Setting up such forwarding can be complicated. Port Forward Network Utilities aims to simplify the process and is forwarding ports to both Xbox and PlayStation consoles.
The software finds your router on your network and it also optimizes it. It can recover lost router passwords too.
How It Works
Forwarding a port should be easy!
Our software is the easiest way to get an open port. Here’s how it works.
First you run the Router Detector to locate your router on your network and ensure that you only have 1 router.
After that you use the Static IP Setter to ensure that your PC has a static IP address. This is helpful in diagnosing open port issues because some routers refuse to forward a port to a dynamic IP address.
Then you run PFConfig to setup a port forward in your router. PFConfig logs in to your router and configures it automatically.
Finally you use the Port Checker to see if your port is open. You specify the port that you want to test and our server tries to connect. When our server connects then we know that the port has been forwarded and is now open.