11-08-2012 04:40:14 PM
Why? They can't get thru unless you put the IP addy in DMZ
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11-12-2012 07:16:32 AM
The device allows allows NATing so a device on the inside can have a port exposed to the outside without being in the DMZ. But it allows all IPs ont he outside to be NAT-d in; I just wanted that restricted.
11-12-2012 07:25:45 AM
If you log into the gateway and follow the settings | firewall tabs, you can see how it is set, and change the settings to permit external hosts access to our inside network.
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