Port Forwarding and Port Triggering for the Vonage VDV21-VDRouter Sceenshot

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Vonage --> Connect to the Internet : Vonage Home Basic Setup Advanced Setup Help Log Out Port Settings Ethernet Options Filtering Parental Controls Network Options Firewall Logs Factory Defaults QoS status refresh Port Forwarding Allow incoming requests on specific port numbers to reach your web server, FTP server, mail server, etc. so they can be accessible from the public Internet. Port Forwarding Enable Local IP Adr Start Port End Port Protocol --> 192.168.15. TCP UDP Both 192.168.15. TCP UDP Both 192.168.15. TCP UDP Both 192.168.15. TCP UDP Both 192.168.15. TCP UDP Both 192.168.15. TCP UDP Both 192.168.15. TCP UDP Both 192.168.15. TCP UDP Both 192.168.15. TCP UDP Both 192.168.15. TCP UDP Both Port Triggering This section allows you to set up specific port numbers for special applications that require it, such as gaming, multimedia or video conferencing. Please check with your software application to determine what should be entered in these fields. Port Triggering --> Enable Trigger Range Target Range Protocol   Start Port   End Port Start Port   End Port   to to TCP UDP Both to to TCP UDP Both to to TCP UDP Both to to TCP UDP Both to to TCP UDP Both to to TCP UDP Both to to TCP UDP Both to to TCP UDP Both to to TCP UDP Both to to TCP UDP Both DMZ HOST DMZ Address: 192.168.15. Enable Need Help? Try one of these FAQ's or more information in Help . What is Port Forwarding used for? Port Forwarding is used when you want to provide public access to services running on your private LAN (such as a web server or FTP server). When a firewall is enabled, certain ports on a LAN may be blocked. Port forwarding allows incoming traffic from the Internet and directs it to specific services on your LAN based on the configured IP address and port number. How do I setup Port Forwarding? Incorrectly changing these settings may interrupt your Internet or voice service or increase the vulnerability of computers on your home network to hacker attacks. We recommend that only users with advanced networking knowledge change these settings. More... Is there a list of commonly used port numbers? Yes. The following table contains commonly used port numbers: Service Protocol Port Number HTTP TCP 80 FTP TCP 21 TFTP UDP 69 SMTP Both 25 POP3 TCP 110 NNTP TCP 119 Telnet Both 23 IRC TCP 194 SNMP Both 161 Finger TCP 79 Gopher TCP 70 Whois TCP 43 Rtelnet TCP 107 LDAP Both 389 UUCP TCP 540 How do I remove a Port Forwarding rule? To remove or disable a Port Forwarding rule, simply uncheck the Enable checkbox next to the rule you want to disable and click the Apply button. What is Port Triggering? Port Triggering is a specialized form of Port Forwarding. It dynamically opens and closes ports to allow Internet traffic access to your LAN. More... How do I setup Port Triggering? Incorrectly changing these settings may interrupt your Internet or voice service or increase the vulnerability of computers on your home network to hacker attacks. We recommend that only users with advanced networking knowledge change these settings. More... What is a DMZ Host? A DMZ host is a network device that is visible directly from the public Internet (WAN). This device has unrestricted access to and from the Internet. Why would I need to setup a DMZ host? A DMZ Host is often setup when running software applications that use random port numbers and do not function correctly when using Port Forwarding or Port Triggering. Use this option with caution, as the device setup as a DMZ Host is exposed to the public Internet. How do I setup a DMZ Host? To setup a DMZ Host: 1. Enter the DMZ Address the IP Address of the device you want to be the DMZ Host 2. Click Apply NOTE: Remember to disable the DMZ host when the application that needed it is no longer running. Home Basic Setup Advanced Setup Help Vonage 2007-2008. All Rights Reserved.
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