More than one computer in the DMZ?

  Viv-208691 19:25 05 Jun 05

Hi there I have an Belkin F5D7630 wireless router and am having some problems putting more than one computer into the DMZ for online gaming. Can someone please inform me if it is possible to do this on this router or others?

Thanks, F.T.

  Mikè 20:00 05 Jun 05

Mine has roomm for eight IP's in the DMZ zone, firmware version V.A.1.08.03UK

  Mikè 20:01 05 Jun 05

mm ?

  Viv-208691 20:03 05 Jun 05

Thanks Mike, so does mine, but it doesnt keep more than one in it. Only the first one is done properly. Have you actually tried putting a few in there? Excuse my ignorance but whats mm?

Thanks so much, F.T.

  Mikè 20:04 05 Jun 05

will try it now.

  Mikè 20:11 05 Jun 05

Well i've just put another IP into the DMZ, seems to store ok. I suppose you are entering the routers public IP in the left hand column?

  Mikè 20:14 05 Jun 05

Oh and "mm" was just a comment on my own dodgy typing in my 20:00 post.

  Viv-208691 21:17 05 Jun 05

Yes I am Mike, but then, unlike the first entry, it doesnt change whenever I restart the router. It keeps the same public IP address and so is incorrect. It doesnt even work before a restart anyway.

Any idea where I can get that newer firmware from? That may be the answer.


  Viv-208691 21:21 05 Jun 05

Oh, actually, Im sorry, I have that version already. Does your DMZ seem to be permanent? ie it is in black writing, not still in the white boxes??


  Mikè 22:07 05 Jun 05

Still in white boxes but is permanent, stays after power down.

  Viv-208691 22:44 05 Jun 05

And does it change if the public IP changes after reboot?

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