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FAQ-How the terminal is configured in a private network during private and public networking

Publication Date:  2015-08-06 Views:  205 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
How the terminal is configured in a private network during private and public networking?
Solution
To configure the terminal in a private network, start the NAT and configure the NAT address.

The procedure for configuring the NAT is as follows:

1. On the screen controlled by the remote control, choose Settings > Network > IP >Firewall, start the NAT, and set NAT address parameters.

2. Configure the NAT address mapping on the router. For details, contact the router vendor.

NOTE:
   The parameter NAT address is the IP address of the terminal in the public network.
   By using the network address translation (NAT) technology, a device within the LAN can use a dedicated internal IP address and an external IP address that can be used for the communications with external devices. If the NAT technology is used, set the IP address in the WAN for the terminal.

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