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  • Thanks for sharing your query with us however in general all the routers follow 20 ports forwarding rule. it can vary from router to router all along with specifications of router.
    Port forwarding is a technique of rewriting the destination address and destination port of packets to send them to a new location. Port forwarding has many uses. The most common use is on networks doing NAT where internal servers have private addresses (ie 192.168.1.100), port forwarding allows the forwarding of traffic to the Untangle server’s public IP to an internal host.
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