Product Page: WBR-2310 Hardware Version: A1   Firmware Version: 1.04
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Port Forwarding Rules :

The Port Forwarding option is used to open a single port or a range of ports through your firewall and redirect data through those ports to a single PC on your network.

20- Port Forwarding Rules

   
 
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Helpful Hints..

Application Names:
Check the Application Name drop down menu for a list of pre-defined applications that you can select from. If you select one of the pre-defined applications, click the arrow button next to the drop down menu to fill out the apropriate fields.

Computer Names:
You can select your computer from the list of DHCP clients in the Computer Name drop down menu, or enter the IP address manually of the computer you would like to open the specified port to.

Schedules:
In order to apply a schedule to a Port Forwarding Rule, you must first define a schedule on the Tools>Schedules page.

Port Ranges:
This feature allows you to open a range of ports to a computer on your network. To do so, enter the first port in the range you would like to open in the Start field and last port of the range in the End field.

Single Ports:
To open a single port using this feature, simply enter the same number in both the Start and End fields.

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