Allowed Remote IP

TCL_SupportTCL_Support Member Posts: 6  Freshman Member
I am trying to find a good manual that documents everything on the NGG100 gateway but so far have only found the user guide that is good for a general user but not at a network engineering level.

Currently I am trying to find out what I can put in the 'Allowed Remote IP' field under the NAT/Virtual Server rules. A single IP address in their works fine but we need to allow a range of addresses to access an open port, i.e. can we put in 51.140.0.0 to use a range of addresses or does it understand 51.140.0.0./14, etc.?

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  • Nebula_IreneNebula_Irene Zyxel Official Agent Posts: 140  mod
    Hi @TCL_Support

    Welcome to Nebula Forum!  B)

    Yes, 51.140.0.0/14 can be  understood! The format of Allowed Remote IP field can be as below; you can select one format to apply.

    1.      A specific ipv4 address, such as 51.140.0.0

    2.      A valid IP range, such as 51.140.0.0/14

    3.      Any: to allow any remote IP


  • TCL_SupportTCL_Support Member Posts: 6  Freshman Member
    Ok, perfect - at last a feature that works! Many thanks for the answer.
    Nebula_Irene
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