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SMC Draft 11n Wireless Gigabit 4-Port Broadband Router : Advanced / Advanced Network Virtual Server Special Applications Gaming Streamengine Routing Access Control Web Filter MAC Address Filter Firewall Inbound Filter Advanced Wireless Advanced Network WISH Wi-Fi Protected Setup Configuration Warnings Advanced Network If you are not familiar with these Advanced Network settings, please read the help section before attempting to modify these settings. UPnP Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) supports peer-to-peer Plug and Play functionality for network devices. Enable UPnP : Allow Users to disable Internet Access : Allow Users to modify Virtual Server Mappings : NAT If you enable this feature, your router will perform Network Address Translation between the local network and the Internet. Enable NAT: WAN Ping If you enable this feature, the WAN port of your router will respond to ping requests from the Internet that are sent to the WAN IP Address. Enable WAN Ping Respond: WAN Ping Inbound Filter  : Details : WAN Port Speed WAN Port Speed: 10Mbps 100Mbps 1000Mbps Auto 10/100/1000Mbps Multicast Streams Enable Multicast Streams: PPPoE Pass Through Enable PPPoE Pass Through: Helpful Hints... UPnP helps other UPnP LAN hosts interoperate with the router. Leave the UPnP option enabled as long as the LAN has other UPnP applications. For added security, it is recommended that you disable the WAN Ping Respond option. Ping is often used by malicious Internet users to locate active networks or PCs. The WAN speed is usually detected automatically. If you are having problems connecting to the WAN, try selecting the speed manually. If you are having trouble receiving multicast streams from the Internet, make sure the Multicast Streams option is enabled. More...   Copyright 2004-2007 SMC, Inc.  
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