We've compiled a large database of router screen shots which you may use to simulate virtually any router's graphical user interface. We feel that this is an important and useful resource. "Why?" you might ask.
Many people including support technicians use the Router Screenshot Collection as a reference for helping others solve problems in their router. Suppose you are remotely giving support and you want to verify that the person on the other end is looking at the correct page in their router. You may simply send them a hyperlink to a screenshot of the page which they should be viewing in their own router. This is an instrumental communication tool, as well as reference guide for customer support technicians.
You may want to buy a new router. The Router Screenshot Collection will allow you to preview the routers that you may potentially purchase. This is important because all routers are not built alike, and each has a graphical user interface that may suit or hamper your goals and needs. If you want to port forward for games, for example, Minecraft, you are going to want to look for a router that has a port forwarding section that allows you to forward multiple ranges of ports. That's right. Routers allow you to forward a finite number of ports and some allow more flexibility than others.
To get started, find your router's manufacturer in the list below and click to view screenshots of its graphical user interface.
We hope that the Router Screenshot Collection will prove useful to you in all of your router related tasks including forwarding your ports. For information about port forwarding, click here. For information about how to find a router's default username and password, click here.