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I have to see an application server from outside of my network, but the modem that I am using is a Zyxel P-660-HN-T1H that not supports DMZ server configuration.So, which port(s) I should forward to my local server IP, to treat it like a DMZ server from outside of the network. I hope that was clear with my bad English. I want to see the shared folders of my server from outside of my network. like : \\94.183.xxx.xxx\MySharedFolder

thank you guys.

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What ports do you need to connect to? Those are the ports you need to forward. –  joeqwerty May 6 '13 at 18:54
    
I want to see the shared folders of my server from outside of my network. like : \\94.183.xxx.xxx\MySharedFolder . which port I need to forward? –  vaheeds May 7 '13 at 5:50

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