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SMC Draft 11n Wireless Gigabit 4-Port Broadband Router : Advanced / Firewall 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 Firewall The Firewall Settings allow you to set a single computer on your network outside of the router. Firewall Settings Enable SPI : NAT Endpoint Filtering UDP Endpoint Filtering: Endpoint Independent Address Restricted Port And Address Restricted TCP Endpoint Filtering: Endpoint Independent Address Restricted Port And Address Restricted DMZ Host The DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) option lets you set a single computer on your network outside of the router. If you have a computer that cannot run Internet applications successfully from behind the router, then you can place the computer into the DMZ for unrestricted Internet access. Note: Putting a computer in the DMZ may expose that computer to a variety of security risks. Use of this option is only recommended as a last resort. Enable DMZ: DMZ IP Address : Computer Name bla Non-UDP/TCP/ICMP LAN Sessions Enable : Application Level Gateway (ALG) Configuration PPTP : IPSec (VPN) : RTSP : Windows/MSN Messenger : (automatically disabled if UPnP is enabled) FTP : H.323 (NetMeeting) : SIP : Wake-On-LAN : MMS : Helpful Hints... Enable the DMZ option only as a last resort. If you are having trouble using an application from a computer behind the router, first try opening ports associated with the application in the Virtual Server or Gaming sections. Non-UDP/TCP/ICMP LAN Sessions is normally enabled. It facilitates single VPN connections to a remote host. ALGs provide special handling of the IP payload for some protocols and applications to make them work with network address translation (NAT). If you are having trouble using any of these applications, try both enabling and disabling the corresponding ALG. More...   Copyright 2004-2007 SMC, Inc.  
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