Port Forwarding - Custom for the Motorola i600Router Sceenshot

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>Advanced>Custom Port Forwarding HOME SETUP ADVANCED TOOLS STATUS LOGOUT --> UPnP --> SNTP --> IP QoS --> Port Forwarding --> IP Filters --> LAN Clients --> Static Routing --> Dynamic Routing --> Remote Web Access --> Ethernet Switch Custom Port Forwarding << Back to Port Forwarding     Enable Application:   Protocol: TCP UDP TCP and UDP Source IP Address: Source Netmask: Destination IP Address: Destination Netmask: Destination Port Start: Destination Port End: Destination Port Map:         Enabled Name Source IP Mask Destination IP Mask Port Start Port End Port Map Protocol Edit Delete There is no custom port forwarding rule --> On this page, you can: Create custom port forwarding rule(s) Delete custom port forwarding rule(s) Note: if you want to add a simple custom rule based only on port numbers, use the settings on the main Port Forwarding page. Follow the link 'Back to Port Forwarding' to go to the main Port Forwarding page. How to create a custom port forwarding rule: Check the 'Enable' checkbox Enter the name of the custom rule in the 'Application' textbox Choose the protocol (TCP, UDP, both) of the data traffic that this rule will be applied to Enter this information about the source computer, from which incoming traffic is allowed:   IP address in the 'Source IP Address' textbox, e.g: 150.15.10.1   Network subnet mask in the 'Source Netmask' textbox, e.g: 255.255.255.0   Note: enter '*' to indicate that any value is valid for the above fields Enter this information about the LAN-side destination computer, to which the data is going:   IP address in the 'Destination IP Address' textbox, e.g: 192.168.15.5   Network subnet mask in the 'Destination Netmask' textbox, e.g: 255.255.255.0   Starting port number in the 'Destination Port Start' textbox, e.g: 4000   Ending port number in the 'Destination Port End' textbox, e.g: 5000   Destination port number mapped on this destination computer in the 'Destination Port Map' textbox, e.g: 2200   Note: enter '*' to indicate that any value is valid for the above fields (except mapped port number) Click the Save button How to delete custom port forwarding rule(s): Check the Delete checkbox(es) corresponding to the port forwarding rule(s) you want to delete Click the Save button
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