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    Port Address Translation - New Netgear Router V2?

    This is a discussion on Port Address Translation - New Netgear Router V2? within the Sky Router forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; Hi, Can anyone tell me if its possible to do port translation on the new black netgear router? i.e. forwarding ...

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      Port Address Translation - New Netgear Router V2?

      Hi,

      Can anyone tell me if its possible to do port translation on the new black netgear router?
      i.e. forwarding external port 6767 to an internal IP on port 80 say?

      Thanks,
      Hung


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      Re: Port Address Translation - New Netgear Router V2?

      Not through the web interface. And the hack which let you do this on the V1 Netgear (the white one) definitely won't work on the V2 Netgear. If you want to accept HTTP connections on port 6767, it would probably be easier to change the port number on your web server.

     

     

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