Public Subnet Hosts for the Arris BGW210-700 - ATTRouter Sceenshot

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Public Subnet Hosts Skip to Main Content Device Broadband Home Network Voice Firewall Diagnostics Status Packet Filter NAT/Gaming Public Subnet Hosts IP Passthrough Firewall Advanced Public Subnet Hosts You must configure a Public Subnet and "Allow Inbound Traffic" must be turned Off to use Public Subnet Hosts. Help When using Public Subnets, you can create pinholes in the firewall of the Public LAN Subnet by creating Public Subnet Host Rules. The Public Subnet Hosts feature must be enabled to take effect. If the feature is enabled, but no rules defined, the feature has no effect. Public Subnet Hosts cannot be configured unless a Public Subnet is configured on the device and Allow Inbound Traffic is Off. The Public Subnet Rule List displays pinhole rules previously entered. The Public Subnet Rule Entry area is where new rules are added or edited. IP Address: An IPv4 Address on the Public Subnet can be specified in the form nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn. This entry is required. Protocol: You can optionally specify the protocol of the traffic to accept. Port Range: When Protocol is UDP or TCP, you can optionally specify a port or range of ports on which traffic will be accepted. Port range must be 1-65535. © 2016 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and Globe logo are registered trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property. Site Map © 2016 ARRIS Enterprises LLC. All rights reserved. ARRIS is a registered trademark of ARRIS Enterprises LLC.
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