11-08-2012 4:40 PM
Why? They can't get thru unless you put the IP addy in DMZ
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11-12-2012 7:16 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 7:25 AM
11-27-2012 8:42 PM
Right but I cannot control the incoming IP range. No worries, I got a separate firewall and put it in the DMZ for this. Thanks for all your suggestions.
02-02-2014 8:28 AM
I have a great anti malware & add ware system. Since I have installed uTorrent 3.3.2 I have had a flood of IP Numbers trying to access my system; even when I am not on the internet. I have written to the IP providers. I get no response, I get you have to prove it, I get we will research it, here is your case number.
I really want the ability by ATT to block these numbers.
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