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How to add Port Forwarding to ADTRAN NetVanta 3120 Router?

Posted on 2012-03-14
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Hello,

Installed ADTRAN NetVanta 3120 Router.

Need to forward UDP Ports 49152-49172 and UDP Port 5075 to a PC on my network at 192.168.1.222.

Can't risk losing current settings.

What is best way to do this?  Through GUI or CLI?
What steps and/or commands would I issue to accomplish this?

Thanks,
Jason
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I don't mean to sound like a jerk or something, but, you are working with an advanced piece of equipment and appear to be unfamiliar with it.  I would advise contacting a certified adtran consultant in your area for assistance.  You can use their online tool to find a partner here:
http://www.adtran.com/web/page/portal/Adtran/wp_findapartner_landing

To be more specific though, you'd want to do a nat traversal, not a port forward, unless you are sharing public ip's, which isn't good.
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This is good, honest advice.  I will call some professionals for quotes.  In the meantime I'll leave the question open to see if I get anymore step-by-step style advice.  If not then I'll award the points to you.
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