DMZ for the Amped Wireless TAP-R2Router Sceenshot
Amped Wireless Dashboard 1) Internet Connection 2) System Clock 3) Wireless Settings 4) Setup Summary --> More Settings 5GHz Wi-Fi Settings Basic Settings Security Settings Advanced Settings Wi-Fi Protected Setup Wireless Coverage Access Schedule 2.4GHz Wi-Fi Settings Basic Settings Security Settings Advanced Settings Wi-Fi Protected Setup Wireless Coverage Access Schedule Network Settings Local Network (LAN) Internet Network (WAN) Advanced Settings Smart Features Block Websites User Access (MAC) User Access (IP) USB Storage Local Sharing FTP Server Firewall Settings Port Filtering Port Forwarding DMZ Virtual LAN Denial of Service Quality of Service Routing Setup Management System Status Network Statistics Dynamic DNS System Clock System Logs Upgrade Firmware Save/Reload Settings Password Helpful Tips: A DMZ is a network location or IP Address that is not protected by the firewall. The device on the IP Address designated as part of the DMZ will not have any protection from the router's firewall. The device’s only security will be those built into its operating system. As a general safety rule, devices placed on the DMZ should not have any other network connections to any other devices. Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) A Demilitarized Zone is used to provide unrestricted access for a single IP address on your network. The DMZ enabled IP address will have an unrestricted path directly through the firewall of the Router. Enable DMZ DMZ Host IP Address: © 2014 Amped Wireless /Newo Corporation. All rights reserved. Applying Changes The router is applying your settings and may reboot during this process. This may take a few minutes, please do not make changes at this time. Could not re-establish a connection to your Router. If you were connected wirelessly to the router please reconnect your computer/tablet to the following network: 2.4GHz WiFi: -or- --> 5GHz WiFi: 2.4G Security: 5G Security: If you were connected using a cable, please check the cable connection. When reconnected, press OK: If clicking OK does not work after you have reconnected to the router, try refreshing the web browser. If you still do not have access, turn the router off and back on, then try again.