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[Tech ARP] Thomson / Technicolor TG784n Port Forwarding Guide Rev. 2.0

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Dear editor,




We have just posted the *Thomson / Technicolor TG784n Port Forwarding Guide

Rev. 2.0*.



Quote : Port forwarding is important if you have applications or games that

require an unobstructed connection from a computer on your local network to

a remote service or server. What it basically does is open a port in your

firewall and direct all traffic that is sent to that port to a specific

computer on your network. Think of it as opening a secret entrance in your

city wall and then routing all traffic that goes through it to a specific



If you do not set up port forwarding for your application, it may not be

able to connect to the service or you may have to live with reduced



This port forwarding guide is for those who are using the *older Thomson

TG784n* router, or the *newer Technicolor TG784n v3* router. Although the

example uses the latest Technicolor TG784n v3 router, the steps are the

same for the older Thomson TG784n router. Let's get right down to it!


*In this update, we made various improvements and corrections to the guide.

We also added some information on the default MAC address selection.*




Link : *http://www.techarp.com/showarticle.aspx?artno=764*<http://www.techarp.com/showarticle.aspx?artno=764>


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