The Advanced group contains almost all settings related to the network services of the TEW-672GR.
It opens with the DMZ page where you can specify a node on the router’s local network all unprocessed requests from the WAN will be sent to.
The Virtual Server page is where you can create, delete and view virtual servers on the router’s LAN.
The router’s routing table can be viewed on the Routing page. You can only edit static routes. Dynamic routing protocols cannot be changed.
The rules you can define on the Access Control page help limit the access to the external network for some network nodes on the router’s LAN. This can be done by a schedule.
The Special Applications page is for specifying triggering rules for individual as well as sequences of ports.
Port forwarding rules can be specified on the Gaming page.
The Inbound Filter page is for filtering external traffic by IP addresses.
You can specify a schedule for some of the router’s services on the Schedule page.