Open an Internet Browser
and type 192.168.200.1
into the address bar to access the ZyXEL user interface.
Highlight Network Settings, then select NAT
Click the Applications
tab at the top of the screen, then click Add new application
From the Application Categorey
drop-down menu, select the type of device you want to configure.
From the Application Forwarded
drop-down menu, check to see if your desired device has already been configured with port forwarding.
If you locate your desired service within this drop-down menu, select it and click Apply
to save your changes.
If you DO NOT locate your desired service, close the Application Configuration
window by clicking the X
in the upper right-hand corner.
At the top of the NAT
page, click the Port Forwarding
tab, then click Add new rule.
In the Port Forwarding
configuration screen, check the box next to Active.
In the service name field, type a recognizable phrase to describe the application you are configuring.
From the WAN Interface
drop-down menu, select the type of WAN interface you are currently using.
Enter the necessary port numbers from the device's manufacturer.
If you are entering a port range (i.e. 501-509), enter the port number into both the External Port Start
field, and enter the final number in the range into the External Port End field.
NOTE: In most cases, the port numbers you enter in the External Port fields
and the Internal Port fields
will be the same (i.e. if you enter 501 in the External Port Start
and 509 into the External Port End
fields, you will enter 501 into the Internal Port Start
and 509 into the Internal Port End
From the Protocol drop-down menu, select the protocol associated with the port or port range.
In the Server IP Address
field, enter the IP address of the device. The device manufacturer will provide the IP address for the device.
Click the Apply
button to save your changes.
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