In this video tutorial we will set up a wireless router from Trendnet to do port forwarding configuration settings via the Virtual Server and DMZ, although we used a Trendnet router these settings are the same on most routers and wireless routers but simple.
Port forwarding uses to create a bridge between the Internet and your computer via the router, which is the way of the internet and computer jumatater.
We know that when we have a router no longer have direct access to the Internet, access the internet from now on will be done via the router which generally filters all traffic, so we have to create some rules under which to operate router our we awaken to our own prisoners.
Who needs port forwarding?
It all need (if you own a router) this option sooner or later for: putting online servers http, ftp or mail server but not limited to any application that needs a bidirectional connection on a certain port needs to a time for port forwarding.
Let's no longer the text, to go straight to watching this video tutorial with port forwarding which is the first of a series of video tutorials longer about simple routers and wireless routers.