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Port Forwarding in DI524

I want to configure DI524 as NAT and also port forwarding and how can i do it?

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  • shahnurinfo Aug 19, 2008

    Hello I want to configure my DI524 as NAT and also port forwarding .Please provide me the solution.



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Log into router
- Default ip should be 192.168.0.1
- Go to advance settings
- Open ports that are needed
- save settings

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