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If i configure PC as DMZ on my router, does it opens all the ports or certain ports.....like below 1000, Could you please explain me
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Depends on the router, but normally ALL ports are opened up and passed to the DMZ "host"
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lrmoore is correct :)

Only thing to add is that if you have set any port forwarding to another ip/port, these settings remain and are not passed to the DMZ.

eg if you have port 80 set as a virtual server on another machine, then that rule will stay and port 80 would not reach the dmz.
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