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Viewsonic inbound/outbound policies

Does anyone have a clue how to forward ports on this router, because if you do you will know more than viewsonic, every time I phone them they waste 20 min on the phone with me and then tell me they will have to escalate the situation to a higher technician and never call me back, this has happened only 4 times...I am getting a little pissed off. It should be pretty straight forward eh! you would think but there is no option for this, the advanced settings seem pretty straight forward. inbound policy, outbound policies. but nothing seems to work, you would think setting up an inbound policy to forward traffic to any port would do the trick but no it actually puts the ports to stealth mode not open status, do I have to run DMZ on the computer I am opening the ports for, Hey I didn't try that. I will tonight when I get Home from work. Please please if you are familiar with viewsonic router either wmg120 or wmg80 which are both the same firmware I will be very thankful.

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Hi I found a manual that may help. www.viewsonic.com/pdf/ userguides/wmg120-1_ug_eng.pdf - Also there is a Fix at another FixYa post.. here http://72.14.253.104/search?q=cache :-nNNX6MQXNEJ:www.fixya.com/support/ t102098-port_forwarding+viewsonic+wmg120 +port+forwarding&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=2

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