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I recently purchased the above router, I a running verizon FIOS, no problems internally and no roblems to the internet.  When I go to create an inbound policy,(Port forwaring) the port never opens.  Does anyone know off the top of their head where and how in the router this needs to be configured?  I have been on hold with NetGear for the last week and they have yet to answer the question.  They attempted to install a newer version of the firmware, didn't work and I have even replaced the router.  Port 443 for remote admin purposes is somehow open by default without adding a route or a rule.  The 323 page manual is not an easy read.  If anyone has ever done this, please share the wealth
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Alan Hardisty earned 500 total points
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You should go to Security> Firewall> LAN WAN Rules and add an Inbound Rule for whatever you need to add.
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Thank you sir
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