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Dear experts,

I have an ordinary router ASUS RT-15 and .I need a little help.
My ISP gives me one real IP. So I want 1 port – for example 60000 to go to 192.168.0.50, all others ports to go to 192.168.0.60. How can I solve this with ASUS router?
Is it possible to set DMZ to 192.168.0.60 and virtual server for port 60000 to 192.168.50 ? This should work, or DMZ by default turn off Virtual servers? If this will not work, what others options I have?
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by:Kimputer
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Ideally, you could set up DMZ to .60 and one port for .50.
However I think in this case, that one port will still go to .60, as DMZ is probably first on the list.
So the last solution is as follows (as I think your router supports port ranges):
0-59999 to .60
60000 to .50
60001-65535 to .60
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To Kimputer

I think the same as you-DMZ is with priority. Or there is change to be 100 % like I need? Bad is that I'm not so easy to test it until I'm far from server, i need to know in advance ...  In a ASUS manual for such routers is written that my router support port range -i do it. Please look the picture

 But I need if port 25 come to real IP it to be transfered to port 25 on 192.168.0.100, not like port 1. How will work in this case the router? I think it will change the port number from 25 to 1 ..
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Kimputer earned 500 total points
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Port range 1:5000 to port 1 is correct. It means, 1 goes to 1, 2 goes to 2, etc all the way up to 5000 mapping to 5000.
It's also easy to test. Just use filezilla server, and have some remote computer ftp to you. Just change the FTP listening port a few times, and let the other side ftp to that port.
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