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Advanced - Port Forwarding --> Confirm Settings Do you want to continue? Logout SBG6782-AC Advanced - Port Forwarding The SBG6782-AC can use port forwarding to provide services to Internet users outside the home. You may designate a device on your network to handle all incoming traffic destined for a specific port or range of ports. You can also map incoming traffic destined for a specific port (or range of ports) to a different port (or ports) on your network device. Finally, you may limit the incoming traffic to packets emanating from a specific device on the Internet. When you add a port forwarding entry, you must specify the local IP address and port number (or range) for the device on your network to receive the forwarded packets. You must specify the IP protocol (TCP, UDP or Both) and should enter a description. If you are forwarding packets to a single port, enter the same number for the starting and ending port. Use the pull-down to select from a list of commonly used protocols and automatically fill in the port numbers and protocol type. To map ports, use the External Start/End Port fields to specify the incoming port number(s). Leave the External Start/End Port fields set to 0 if you do not need to switch port numbers while forwarding packets. Use the External IP Address field to specify the device on the Internet that will send the packets. Leave the External IP Address field set to 0.0.0.0 to forward packets from any device on the Internet. Be sure to select Enable and press Apply to activate the port forwarding entry. Request Request Request 111.111.1.1 External IP 80 External Port or Port Range Forwarded Request 80 Local Port or Port Range 192.168.1.10 Local IP IPv6 Entry External IP Address Local IP Address & Start/End Port Description Protocol Enabled Commonly Forwarded Ports Battle.net..........6112 / TCP BitTorrent..........6881-6999 / Both Call of Duty........28960 / UDP eMule...............4662 / TCP eMule...............4672 / UDP GameSpy Arcade......6500 / TCP Gnutella............6346-6347 / Both Half-Life...........27015 / Both Halo................2302 / UDP Internet Radio.....8000 / Both IRC................6665-6669 / TCP MS Media Server....1755 / Both Playstation 3......80 / TCP Playstation 3......3478 / UDP Playstation 3......443 / TCP Playstation 3......3479 / UDP Playstation 3......5223 / TCP Playstation 3......3658 / UDP Quicktime..........6970 / UDP Second Life........12035-12036 / UDP Slingbox...........5001 / UDP Steam..............1725 / UDP Steam Friends......1200 / UDP Synergy............24800 / TCP TeamSpeak..........8767 / UDP Ventrillo..........3784-3785 / Both War of Warcraft....3724 / Both XBOX 360...........80 / TCP XBOX 360...........88 / UDP XBOX 360...........53 / Both XBOX 360...........3074 / Both Yahoo Messenger....5050 / TCP TCP UDP BOTH Off On Forwarded Ports External IP Address & Start/End Port Local IP Address & Start/End Port Description Protocol Forwarding 192.168.0.10 3478 / 3480 192.168.0.10 3478 / 3480 PS4-PRT4 BOTH Yes 192.168.0.10 1935 / 1935 192.168.0.10 1935 / 1935 PS4-PRT3 BOTH Yes 192.168.0.10 443 / 443 192.168.0.10 443 / 443 PS4-PRT2 BOTH Yes 192.168.0.10 80 / 81 192.168.0.10 80 / 81 PS4-PRT1 BOTH Yes ©2015 ARRIS Group, Inc. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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