4) Setting up virtual DMZ in your LAN
To expose an internal host to the Internet and make all services provided by this
host available to outside users, enable Virtual DMZ function to open all ports of
the host. This function is useful when the host plays multiple roles such as HTTP
server and FTP server. However, in doing this, your network becomes less secure.
1. Click Virtual DMZ in the NAT Setting menu.
2. Enter the IP address of the
host and click Finish.
3. Click Save & Restart to
restart the wireless router
and activate the settings.
5) Setting up DDNS
DNS enables host who uses static IP address to associate with a domain name;
for dynamic IP users, they can also associate with a domain name via dynamic
DNS (DDNS). DDNS requires registering and account-creating at DDNS service
providers' website. The DDNS server updates your IP address information once
you are assigned to a new IP address. Thus, the Internet user can always access
1. Click Miscellaneous from IP Config folder.
2. Select Yes to enable the
DDNS service. If you do
not have a DDNS account,
click Free Trial to register
for a trial account.
WL-500W Wireless Router User Manual