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Wednesday, May 28th, 2014 8:23 PM

Firewall ports

I back up a lot of my data on a computer on my home network.  To use passive FTP, you normally setup a block range of ports that are open for the ftp server to use, however, in the settings for the firewall, it appears that I can only map a block range of ports to a single port.  

Is there an advance setting to do block port range?  on my old asus router, I was able to open ports 50000-50100 and it would map to the internal computer on the same 50000-50100




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9 years ago

You do not have to specify the internal port and it will default to the external one.

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