BSNL Broadband: Dmz And Range Of Port Forwarding In Mt882

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parthakr

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Here is the procedure to set an IP to DMZ......
logon to the WEB ADMINISTRATION, and choose NAT
http://img204.imageshack.us/my.php?image=1othersettingsky1.png

then CLICK on PORT MAPPING SET
http://img204.imageshack.us/my.php?image=2natht8.png
 
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parthakr

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then enter IP, you want to set as DMZ in first line.
http://img230.imageshack.us/my.php?image=3portmapyd0.png

Here, the first option which says "ALL PORTS" is the DMZ option, if you enter an LAN IP in there, MT882 treats the IP as DMZ.

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If you wanted to forwarded a range of ports to one or more IP's, you may use the other 11 items.

*****This is feature is available only the following firmware ver V100R002B023, firmware link. ******

good luck
 
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QUOTE(parthakr @ Nov 7 2006, 10:53 AM) [snapback]67985[/snapback]
then enter IP, you want to set as DMZ in first line.
http://img230.imageshack.us/img230/5459/3portmapyd0.th.png

Here, the first option which says \"ALL PORTS\" is the DMZ option, if you enter an LAN IP in there, MT882 treats the IP as DMZ.

or

If you wanted to forwarded a range of ports to one or more IP's, you may use the other 11 items.

*****This is feature is available only the following firmware ver V100R002B023, firmware link. ******

good luck[/b]

Pleae reupload the file the link is broken.

Thanks in advance.
 
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priyoban

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Do you really need to use dmz? You can just use UPnP instead.