Pace 4111N Port Forwarding

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(How to set up Port Forwarding on a Pace 4111N Gateway)
 
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Select Settings - Firewall - Applications, Pinholes, and DMZ.
 
Select Settings - Firewall - Applications, Pinholes, and DMZ.
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1) Select a computer (the computer hosting the WeatherCat server)
 
1) Select a computer (the computer hosting the WeatherCat server)
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2) Edit firewall settings for this computer
 
2) Edit firewall settings for this computer
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     - Choose "Allow individual applications"
 
     - Choose "Allow individual applications"
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     - Choose "Add a new user-defined application.
 
     - Choose "Add a new user-defined application.
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New user-defined application:
 
New user-defined application:

Revision as of 17:21, 12 May 2013

Setting up Port Forwarding on a Pace 4111N Gateway (combination DSL Modem and Wireless Router)

Select Settings - Firewall - Applications, Pinholes, and DMZ.

1) Select a computer (the computer hosting the WeatherCat server)

2) Edit firewall settings for this computer

   - Choose "Allow individual applications"
   - Choose "Add a new user-defined application.


New user-defined application:

- Application Profile Name: WeatherCat TCP - Protocol: TCP - Port (or Range): From: 49250 To: 49254 - Protocol Timeout: (leave blank) - Map to Host Port: (leave blank) - Application Type: (leave blank) - Add to List - add to Hosted Applications - Save

- Application Profile Name: WeatherCat UDP - Protocol: UDP - Port (or Range): From: 49250 To: 49254 - Protocol Timeout: (leave blank) - Map to Host Port: (leave blank) - Application Type: (leave blank) - Add to List - add to Hosted Applications - Save

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