1.) Open your internet browser (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari).
2.) Type in your modem's IP Address (192.168.0.1) into the address bar.
3.) Hit ENTER on your keyboard.
4.) Wait for your modem's page to load.
5.) Type in your admin username and password located on the bottom of your modem
Username: admin / Password: _________.
6.) After you log in you will see an array of options. Choose "Advance Setup".
7.) Look on the left side of the screen under Security for "DMZ Hosting". It is the fourth one
down underneath "Port Forwarding". Click it.
8.) You should now see three options: 1. Set the DMZ State, 2. Select Device, or Manually
Enter an IP Address, and 3. Click "Apply" to save your changes.
9.) Under "Set DMZ State" if it is disabled, enable it.
10.) Under "Select Device, or Manually Enter an IP Address" choose and select your
computer's name (it will say something like Bob-PC or Joe-PC, Whatever you named
your computer when you first got it.)
11.) Click "Apply" to save your changes.
By doing these steps this will remove your PC from behind the modem firewall hence letting it receive the packages being sent. Hopefully in the future, Century Link will work the bugs out of their new modem and we can put ourselves back behind the firewall for added protection.