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Port forward outbound traffic?

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#1 spogn


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Posted 21 July 2012 - 08:54 PM

Hi, I have a Westell 7500 combination DSL modem and wireless router given to me free by Verizon (an ISP in America), and I don't have their service now, but am trying to use the modem as a standalone router. I fiddled around the settings and found out that my current router that I am connecting it to is listed as a device, so I was thinking that if I route all of the outgoing traffic to a router with an internet connection (I plan to use it at my other apartment which has free internet, which is probably routed with a switch (or whatever a wireless router without the wireless is called)), and route the incoming traffic to the single device in which I plan to use the wireless connection for, it might work. I can setup port forwarding for the incoming traffic, but I have yet to know how to forward the outgoing traffic.

Can and how do you forward all outgoing traffic to a single device in a Westell 7500 combination DSL modem and wireless router?

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