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Old 09-20-2008, 09:29 PM   #1
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Default DMZ

Demarcation Zone

By default, all devices on your network plugged in to the router or wireless are NOT in the DMZ. They are in the protected area.

If you have a device you wish to expose to the entire internet, you can put this device in the DMZ in your router.

I use this for testing ONLY. If I'm setting up a VPN, RDP, etc. and can't connect, I'll briefly put the computer in to the DMZ and attempt to connect again. If I still can't connect, something on the computer is preventing this...firewall software, etc. If I can connect then the restriction is at the router most likely and probably and issue with port_forwarding

Brian

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