Port Triggering for the Cisco DPC3914BRouter Sceenshot

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Loading... Skip to content Hi cusadmin   •   Logout   •   Change Password 60% Internet Loading... Wi-Fi Loading... MoCA Loading... DECT Loading... Security Loading... WARNING: Gateway operating in bridge mode! Gateway At a Glance Connection LAN Status WAN Status Local IP Network Wi-Fi MoCA Firewall IPv4 IPv6 Software Hardware System Hardware LAN Wireless Connected Devices Devices Range Extenders Device Control Management Managed Sites Managed Services Managed Devices Reports Advanced Port Forwarding Port Triggering Port Management DMZ NAT Static Routing Dynamic DNS Device Discovery Troubleshooting Logs Diagnostic Tools Reset/Restore Gateway Change Password Advanced > Port Triggering Manage external access to specific ports on your network. Port triggering monitors outbound traffic on your network. When traffic is detected on a particular outbound port, the Gateway remembers that computer's IP address, triggers the inbound port to accept the incoming traffic, and directs the communications to the same computer. Select Enable to manage external access to specific ports on your network. Click +ADD PORT TRIGGER to add new port triggering rules. Port triggering settings can affect the Gateway's performance. Port Triggering: Switch this button will make all service Active/Inactive Port Triggering + Add Port Trigger Service Name Service Type Trigger Port(s) Target port(s) Active   -->     null null null null null null null Xfinity.com •   customerCentral •   User Guide
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