PortForward.com offers help for setting up port forwarding on many routers or firewalls. Most users are not aware of how to configure their router or firewall in order to use IPCheck's Remote Probes in a remote network (or to offer access to PRTG's or IPCheck's webinterface from outside of the network). The same applies to Peer-to-Peer file sharing (PtoP), Internet Games, Web serving, FTP serving, WebCams, IRC DDC, and Instant Messaging such as AIM, ICQ, Yahoo and MS Messenger. Quote:
Our Routers section offers detailed walkthroughs on how to setup port forwarding. These how to guides make it easy to setup your router or firewall for any application you may need.

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