Advanced Router Options for the Motorola MG7550Router Sceenshot

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Motorola Cable Modem : Router Advanced -> Options Back Back to Basic Page   Status Basic Router Advanced Router   Wireless Protection & Parental Control   VPN Software Connection Diagnostics Security Event Log Setup DHCP DHCPv6 LAN IPv6 DDNS Backup/Restore Options IP Filtering MAC Filtering Port Filtering Forwarding Port Triggers RIP DMZ Basic Radio WPS RADIUS WEP Guest Access Advanced WMM Scan/Bridge Firewall Basic Firewall EventLog Parental Control IPsec L2TP/PPTP Event Log Options    Router Selections      WAN Blocking Enable   WAN Blocking: WAN Blocking prevents your cable modem/router or the devices behind it from being visible from the Internet. This makes it difficult for hackers to discover your WAN IP address and launch an attack on your private LAN.       IPsec PassThrough Enable   IPsec PassThrough: IPsec PassThrough enables a VPN device or VPN software located behind your cable modem/router and running IPsec to communicate successfully with endpoints on the Internet.       PPTP PassThrough Enable   PPTP PassThrough: PPTP (Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol) PassThrough enables a VPN device or VPN software located behind your cable modem/router and running PPTP to communicate successfully with endpoints on the Internet.       Remote Config Management Enable   Remote Config Management: When enabled, navigate to http://‹Network WAN IPAddress›:8080/ to administer your cable modem/router remotely. You can find your cable modem/router's Network WAN IP address on the page Status--›Connection.       Multicast Enable   Multicast: Allows multicast specific traffic to be passed to and from the PCs on your LAN behind your cable modem/router.       UPnP Enable   UPnP: If you are running an application that requires UPnP, Enable UPnP.       Primary Network Bridged Enable   Primary Network Bridged: When Enabled, traffic to and from all devices connected to your cable modem/router will pass through without any interaction with the router (traffic will be bridged).       Pass Through These MAC Addresses   Pass Through These MAC Addresses: For MAC addresses added to the list, traffic to and from the associated devices will bypass NAT, and the devices will not be served an IP Address via LAN DHCP. All devices NOT in the list will use the NAT and LAN DHCP Server as normal.       Number (limit 32) MAC Address        1                      NAT ALG Status NAT ALG Status: The NAT ALG section shows which ALGs (Application Layer Gateways) will pass through the NAT Firewall. Most users will not need to change these settings.       RSVP Enable         FTP Enable         TFTP Enable         Kerb88 Enable         NetBios Enable         IKE Enable         RTSP Enable         Kerb1293 Enable         H225 Enable         PPTP Enable         MSN Enable         SIP Enable         ICQ Enable         IRC666x Enable         ICQTalk Enable         Net2Phone Enable         IRC7000 Enable         IRC8000 Enable     
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