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8. 3.

Open Ports Dynamically by Port Triggering

Port Triggering can specify a triggering port and its corresponding external ports.
When a host on the local network initiates a connection to the triggering port, all the
external ports will be opened for subsequent connections. The Mobile Wi-Fi can record
the IP address of the host. When the data from the internet return to the external ports,
the Mobile Wi-Fi can forward them to the corresponding host. Port Triggering is mainly
applied to online games, VoIPs, video players and common applications including MSN
Gaming Zone, Dialpad and Quick Time 4 players, etc.
Follow the steps below to configure the Port Triggering rules:
1. Visit
http://tplinkmifi.net
the Mobile Wi-Fi.
2. Go to
Advanced
>
Tips:
It is recommended to keep the default settings of
not clear about which port and protocol to use.
If the service you want to use is not in the
corresponding parameters manually. You should verify the port number that the
service needs.
You can add multiple virtual server rules if you want to provide several services in the
Mobile Wi-Fi. Please note that the
Users on the internet can enter
http://218.18.232.154) to visit your personal website.
Tips:
The WAN IP should be a public IP address. Users on the internet can also use
http:// domain name
to visit the website.
If
you
have
changed
http:// WAN IP: External Port
from the PC entry, and log in with the password you set for
NAT Forwarding
>
Port
Internal Port
Service
External Port
should not be overlapped.
http:// WAN IP
the
default
External
or
http:// domain name: External Port
Triggering.
NAT Forwarding
and
Protocol
if you are
Type, you can enter the
(in this example:
Port,
you
should
use
to visit the website.
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