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Apple Airport Extreme Model A1143 Port Mapping Telnet not in drop down

Posted on 2008-10-01
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Hello Experts:
Setting up router for a client who has blinds/shades that are controlled over the internet - must be nice huh?
I mapped the port for the blind company for FTP.
Telnet is not in the dropdown and I believe on the old airport extremes there was no drop down and this was easier.
Any advice on how to open port for http and telnet?
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Http is port TCP port 80 and should be open automatically. Telnet is TCP port 23.
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