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Epic 4 ABR-4500V1 Firmware Version: 5.0.1 Quick Setup Status Overview Connected Clients Port State Overview Network DHCP Server Static Leases Dynamic DNS VLAN Routing Multi-WAN WAN Settings Firewall/Security Port Forwarding DMZ UPnP Web Filtering Parental Controls QoS USB Setup Devices Access Media Server VPN VPN Server VPN User Administration Auto Update Firmware Update Factory Defaults Backup/Restore System Log Admin Password Set Time Advanced Software Notice Tools Iperf Ping Trace Route Copyright ©2017 Luxul Multi-WAN Setup DMZ DMZ(De-Militarized Zone) Disabled Enabled IP Address Help DMZ The purpose of a DMZ is to add an additional layer of security to the local area network. An external attacker only has direct access to equipment in the DMZ, rather than any other part of the network. If you want to open up all outside access to a device, place this device in the DMZ. You do this by enabling the DMZ and entering the IP address of the device. For security reasons the DMZ IP address needs to be static lease or static IP address. ABR-4500