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menu Product Page: DSL-2750U Site Map       Firmware Version: AF_1.60_R01 Setup Advanced Maintenance Status Help Wireless Settings Port Forwarding Port Triggering DMZ Parental Control Filtering Options DNS Dynamic DNS Storage Service Multicast Network Tools Routing Schedules Logout Port Forwarding Port Forwarding allows you to direct incoming traffic from the WAN side (identified by protocol and external port) to the internal server with a private IP address on the LAN side. The internal port is required only if the external port needs to be converted to a different port number used by the server on the LAN side. A maximum of 32 entries can be configured. Select the service name, and enter the server IP address and click "Apply" to forward IP packets for this service to the specified server. NOTE: The "Internal Port End" cannot be changed. It is the same as "External Port End" normally and will be the same as the "Internal Port Start" or "External Port End" if either one is modified. Port Forwarding Setup   Server Name External Port Protocol Internal Port Server IP Address Use Interface Lan Loopback Schedule Rule Remote IP --> Start End Start End MW3 3074 3074  TCP/UDP 3074 3074 10.0.0.2  ppp1.2 Disabled Always -1 MW3 27014 27050  TCP 27014 27050 10.0.0.2  ppp1.2 Disabled Always -1 MW3 27000 28030  UDP 27000 28030 10.0.0.2  ppp1.2 Disabled Always -1 Teredo 56155 56155  UDP 56155 56155 10.0.0.3  ppp1.2 Disabled Port Forwarding Setup Remaining number of entries that can be configured:   28 Use Interface :    --> pppoe_0_8_35/ppp1.2 Select a Service :    (Click to Select) Active Worlds Age of Empires Age of Empires Expansion: The Rise of Rome Age of Empires II Expansion: The Conquerors Age of Empires II: The Age of Kings Age of Kings Age of Wonders Aliens vs. Predator AOL Instant Messenger Audiogalaxy Satellite AUTH Baldur's Gate BattleCom Battlefield Communicator Black and White Blizzard Battle.net Buddy Phone Bungie.net Camerades CART Precision Racing Close Combat for Windows Close Combat III: The Russian Front Close Combat: A Bridge Too Far Combat Flight Simulator 2: WWII Pacific Theater Combat Flight Simulator: WWII Europe Series Crimson Skies CuSeeMe Dark Reign 2 Delta Force 2 Delta Three PC to Phone Descent 3 Descent Freespace Diablo I Diablo II DialPad.Com DirectX 7 Games DirectX 8 Games Domain Name Server (DNS) Doom Dune 2000 Dwyco Video Conferencing Elite Force Everquest F-16 F-22 Lightning 3 F-22 Raptor F22 Raptor (Novalogic) Falcon 4.0 Fighter Ace II Flight Simulator 2000 Freetel FTP Server GNUtella Golf 2001 Edition Go2Call Half Life Half Life Server Heretic II Server I76 ICUII Client Ivisit IPSEC IRC IStreamVideo2HP KaZaA Kohan Immortal Sovereigns LapLink Gold Links 2001 Lotus Notes Server Mail (POP3) Mail (SMTP) MechCommander 2.0 MechWarrior 4 Media Player 7 Midtown Madness 2 Mig 29 Monster Truck Madness 2 Motocross Madness 2 Motorhead Server MSN Gaming Zone MSN Messenger Myth Myth II Server Myth: The Fallen Lords Need for Speed NetMech Netmeeting 2.0, 3.0, Intel Video Phone Network Time Protocol (NTP) News Server (NNTP) OKWeb OKWin Outlaws Pal Talk pcAnywhere v7.5 PhoneFree Polycom ViaVideo H.323 Polycom ViaVideo H.324 PPTP Quake Quake II (Client and Server) Quake III RealAudio Real Player 8 Plus Red Alert Rise of Rome Roger Wilco Rogue Spear Secure Shell Server (SSH) Secure Web Server (HTTPS) ShoutCast SNMP SNMP Trap Speak Freely StarCraft Starfleet Command StarLancer SWAT3 Telnet Server The 4th Coming TFTP Tiberian Sun: C&C III" Total Annihilation Ultima Unreal Tournament Urban Assault VoxPhone 3.0 Warbirds 2 Web Server (HTTP) WebPhone 3.0 Westwood Online Windows 2000 Terminal Server X Windows Yahoo Pager Yahoo Messenger Chat Custom Server :    Schedule :    Always Never    View Available Schedules Server IP Address :    External Port Start External Port End Protocol Internal Port Start Internal Port End Lan Loopback Remote IP --> TCP/UDP TCP UDP TCP/UDP TCP UDP TCP/UDP TCP UDP TCP/UDP TCP UDP TCP/UDP TCP UDP TCP/UDP TCP UDP TCP/UDP TCP UDP TCP/UDP TCP UDP TCP/UDP TCP UDP TCP/UDP TCP UDP TCP/UDP TCP UDP TCP/UDP TCP UDP Port Forwarding Setup Server Name : Schedule : Always Never    View Available Schedules Server IP Address : External Port Start External Port End Protocol Internal Port Start Internal Port End Lan Loopback Remote Ip --> TCP/UDP TCP UDP --> Helpful Hints... Check the Application Name drop down menu for a list of predefined applications. If you do not see your application listed you can still define a new rule. Select a schedule for when the rule will be enabled. If you do not see the schedule you need in the list of schedules, go to the Advanced -> Schedules screen and create a new schedule. More...   Copyright 2008-2011 D-Link Systems, Inc.
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