The next group offers lots of settings. Called Advanced, it is responsible for the parameters of the router’s main features.
Virtual Server is the first page in this group. As the name suggests, you can create a list of virtual servers on the router’s local network and make these servers accessible from outside via certain protocols.
The Special Applications page is where you can write rules for specific applications that can’t work at regular NAT settings. This is also called port triggering.
On the Gaming page you can specify a list of ports that will only be open for a certain internal IP address.
The StreamEngine page is for setting up the namesake technology. An exclusive technology supported by the IP5160 processor, it is actually nothing else but an extended implementation of QoS. The picture shows an impressive list of parameters.
The static routing table is specified on the Routing page. The list of existing dynamic routes is displayed here, too.
You can restrict WAN access for your LAN machines on the Access Control page. There are a lot of parameters for access restriction: domain names, IP addresses, various protocols, etc.
The Web Filter page is where you can enter a list of websites all the users from the router’s LAN can access. The rest of the sites will be blocked.