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May 30, 2011 9:20:23 PM

I found manual on how to do it so that helped. Question I have for you now is under WAN connection type there is a list tpo pick from of:

1. All broadband devices
2. Broadband connection (ethernet)
3. Broadband connection (coax)
4. WAN PPoE
5. WAN PPoE2

What do I pick? I also have Source ports= any or specify (if specify do i put my TCP port) Destination port= any or specify (if specify do i put my TCP port) Forward to Port= same as incoming port or specify (if specify do i put my TCP port).

thx

ps this is what it looks like

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May 31, 2011 7:20:03 PM

Any chance of getting any help with this guys?

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May 31, 2011 10:59:16 PM

bruinator said:
I found manual on how to do it so that helped. Question I have for you now is under WAN connection type there is a list tpo pick from of:

1. All broadband devices
2. Broadband connection (ethernet)
3. Broadband connection (coax)
4. WAN PPoE
5. WAN PPoE2

What do I pick? I also have Source ports= any or specify (if specify do i put my TCP port) Destination port= any or specify (if specify do i put my TCP port) Forward to Port= same as incoming port or specify (if specify do i put my TCP port).

thx

ps this is what it looks like ]http://img89.imageshack.us/img89/843/verizonm.jpg


I would just leave it at All broadband devices
Yeah I would put Source and destination port as the TCP port you want to use. I think.
The forward to port is also confusing me, I would think it needs to say, Same as outgoing.

Yeah that router port forwarding is confusing.
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