Question about Belkin (F5D7230-4) Router (587009)
Some routers will have a firewall area that you need to allow those ports to traverse through it. Others will just require a new NAT entry.
If everything is working fine as it is, then it's more than likely a case of finding the "NAT" (Network Address Translation) area, or even the "DMZ" (De-Militarized Zone) area and then adding those ports in.
If a firewall is present on the device, you may need to specifically allow those ports through also. As for the specifics of where to find these options, I don't know your particular router, but it's a matter of clicking around the various menus's and tabs until you find it. (and they'll be labelled something similar to what I mentioned above).
p.s: Enter the ports as you did in your last post. "5060" and "5070" (which I believe are SIP ports)
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
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