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I have added NAT configuration lines to my router configuration using "nat add" to link an external ip address to an internal ip address workstation. For example: nat add 184.108.40.206:5688 10.186.55.88: 5631 udp.
However, I can't figure out a way to edit or delete any of these nat add configuration lines.
Anyone know how?
If its a router using configuration list then usually they work negatives by adding NO before the command line.
Try 'NO NAT add ip X.x.x.x'
OR if the access list has numbers per each line command simply put:
NO NAT then the line number.
Make sure that you are in the correct interface and access list to do.
If nothing works then consult:
Hope that helped
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HTTP Web-browser Access
Most HTML browsers can be used, though Internet Explorer 4.0 or Netscape 4.0 are recommended. IE 2.0 and Netscape 2.0 and their predecessors are not supported. The HTML interface can be used to access the LAN (or WAN) IP address or it can be used with FTP to upload and download files to and from the router.
To log on to the modem via HTML:
1 Bring up your favorite web browser.
2 Enter the Ethernet IP address of the router (10.0.0.1 or Speedstream) in the "Location" or "Address" area where you enter web page addresses.
3 Refer to "HTML Web Interface" on page 20.
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Leads to a more detailed interface with several links that allow more in-depth configuration of functions available on the router. This interface provides the following links:
• Configuration Procedures
• Status and Statistics
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