NAT UPnP Gateway for the SnapGear SG565Router Sceenshot

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SG565 - UPnP Gateway Network Setup Network Setup DHCP Server Web Cache Shares QoS Traffic Shaping SIP Firewall Incoming Access Definitions Packet Filtering NAT Connection Tracking Intrusion Detection Access Control Antivirus Antispam VPN PPTP VPN Client PPTP VPN Server L2TP VPN Client L2TP VPN Server IPSec Port Tunnels System Date and Time Backup/Restore Users Management Diagnostics Advanced Help and Support Copyright (C) 1999-2008 Secure Computing Corp. All rights reserved. UPnP Gateway Port Forwarding Source NAT 1 to 1 NAT Masquerading UPnP Gateway UPnP Configuration The Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) Gateway allows UPnP-aware applications and operating systems to request port forwarding rules to be established on demand. This allows some applications that may not operate correctly behind the NAT firewall to automatically work. Note, there is concern in the security community over the potential vulnerability that UPnP Gateways present. For maximum security disable the UPnP Gateway feature. Enable UPnP Gateway Internal Interface Select an interface External Interface Select an interface ">Speakeasy Bonded T1 (Port A4, ) ">Speakeasy Bonded T1* (Port B, ) default gateway interface Enable verbose syslog information   Current UPnP Port Mappings Protocol Port Target No entries  
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