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Motorola Terminal Adapter Advanced Configuration Motorola Terminal Adapter Status Basic Advanced Help   Advanced Configuration Enable DHCP/NAT on LAN(PC) Port Virtual Servers IP Port Transport 192.168.102. Disabled TCP UDP Both   192.168.102. Disabled TCP UDP Both   192.168.102. Disabled TCP UDP Both   192.168.102. Disabled TCP UDP Both   192.168.102. Disabled TCP UDP Both   192.168.102. Disabled TCP UDP Both   192.168.102. Disabled TCP UDP Both   192.168.102. Disabled TCP UDP Both   192.168.102. Disabled TCP UDP Both   192.168.102. Disabled TCP UDP Both   NOTE -- Ports 5061 and 10050 thru 10061 are currently assigned to the voice functions of the Motorola Terminal Adapter. Defining any of these ports as virtual servers may disrupt your voice service. Enable DMZ DMZ Host Address 192.168.102. Host Name MAC Address Override : : : : : You may enter an alternate MAC Address to override the actual Motorola Terminal Adapter MAC Address.   Clicking the "Restore MAC Address" button will restore the Motorola Terminal Adapter MAC Address to its original value. Status | Basic | Advanced | Help Copyright 1997-2004
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