None of that matters; the USER is responsible for hardening their equipment.A quick masscan of the web I'm sure would prove that they don't, or don't know how to. Look at all the issues with default passwords. Why would telnet need to be open by default.
add action=dst-nat chain=dstnat dst-address=188.8.131.52 dst-port=80 to-address=192.168.88.248 to=port=80
What are you talking about?Thanks.
I change my IP to static.
I confused a little bit!
LAN IP address = My static IP address, Right?
And I try to run the command and it says "syntax error (line 1 column 6)".
No, don't setup any master ports for now. A single DHCP with separate pools will work just fine.Alright, I'll delete that. Do I also set all ports as masters?
How about DHCP, was that redundant?
Really? IP service would be for ports / protocols, not IPs....Where would I add that comment in the "/ip service" list?
(That's one of the places I have an extensive set of network addresses).
chain=dst-nat action=dstnat in-interface="WAN" dst-port=23444 to-address=192.168.1.5 to-port=32400