Request of Precedence for Rules
As you characterize new standards, they are added to the tables in the mywifiext Rules menu, For any traffic endeavoring to go through the firewall, the bundle data is exposed to the manages in the request appeared in the LAN WAN Rules Table, start at the top and continuing to the default rules at the base. At times, the request of priority of at least two tenets might be vital in deciding the air of a bundle. The Up and Down symbols adjoining each standard enables you to migrate a characterized standard to another situation in the table. In mywifiext.net settings the Customized Services Administrations are capacities performed by server PCs in line with customer PCs. You can arrange up to 125 custom administrations.
For instance, Web servers serve Web pages, time servers serve time and date data, and diversion has serve information about other players' moves. At the point when a PC on the Internet sends a demand for administration to a server PC, the mentioned administration is recognized by an administration or port number. This number shows up as the goal port number in the transmitted IP bundles. For precedent, a parcel that is sent with goal port number 80 is a HTTP (Web server) demand. The administration numbers for some, regular conventions are characterized by the Internet Engineering Task Power (IETF) and distributed in RFC1700, "Appointed Numbers."
Service numbers for other applications are regularly looked over the range 1024 to 65535 by the writers of the application. Although the DGFV338 as of now holds a rundown of many administration port numbers, you are not constrained to these decisions. Utilize the mywifiext.net Services menu to add extra administrations and applications to the rundown for use in characterizing firewall rules. The mywifiext.net Services menu demonstrates a rundown of administrations that you have defined To characterize another administration, first you should figure out which port number or scope of numbers is utilized by the application. This data can as a rule be dictated by reaching the distributer of the application or from client gatherings of newsgroups. When you have the port number data, go the Services menu and snap on the Add Custom Service catch. The Add Services menu will show up, as appeared. Select Security from the primary menu and Services from the submenu. The Services screen will show.
The new administration will currently show up in the mywifiext Custom Services Table.Nature of Service (QoS) Priorities
This setting decides the need of an administration, which thusl , decides the nature of that administration for the traffic going through the firewall. The client can change this need for Outbound Administrations as it were. The QoS need definition for an administration decides the IP bundles line for outbound traffic going through the ProSafe DGFV338 for this administration. The needs are characterized by "Kind of Administration (TOS) in the Internet Protocol Suite" models, RFC 1349. The switch denotes the Type Of Administration (TOS) field as characterized beneath: Normal-Service: No uncommon need is given to the traffic.
The IP bundles for administrations with this need are set apart with a ToS estimation of 0. Minimize-Cost: Used when the information must be exchanged over a connection that has a low transmission cost. The IP parcels for this administration need are set apart with a ToS estimation of 1. Maximize-Reliability: Used when information needs to make a trip to the goal over a solid connection with practically zero retransmission. The IP parcels for this administration need are set apart with a ToS estimation of 2. Maximize-Throughput: Used when the volume of information exchanged amid an interim is imperative despite the fact that it might have a high connection inertness. The IP parcels for this administration need are set apart with a ToS estimation of 4.