Port forwarding on several computers

Hi I just bought a Wireless Linksys WAG325N router. I usually about 2-3 machines on my network WIFI and I'd like to enable the port forwarding for each of them on a particular port. It is easy to do for a single exact machine - simply type the port number and IP of the computer to the configuration - but the problem is - I would do it for each other: example: enable the port forwarding XXXX for 192.168.1.100, 101 and 102. Help, please? Thank you in advance.

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It is the application load in a sense. You can change the assignment of external ports to resolve the correct internal port on each machine.

Say for example using rdp that uses (port/protocol) tcp/3389 (RDP client) application actually allows you to change the external port to connect to, if you specify after the investigation period. If for example say we have rdp access to all 3 computers in the outside world. We can configure the port forwarding on every computer

(Computers)      (internal IP addressort)            (External IP/port)

COMP A 192.168.0.5:3389 203.x.y.z:3389

Model B 192.168.0.10:3389 203.x.y.z:3390

Model C 192.168.0.15:3389 203.x.y.z:3391

It is the purpose of a router to create routing tables.

Of course, you will need to remember which ports are assigned to which device.

It is certainly dependent on the application. Find out if your application or service supports changing the port, ftp, rdp clients, tftp, ssh all do... Most of the 'Good' services are, as those who built it were considered in a NAT environment.

NAT network address translation =

Most of the things if not at the level of the applications, services even in windows are tweakable via the registry. I wouldn't say that that if you don't have experience relavent. You potentially make your workstation unusable if you're wrong.

I hope this helps.

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