Add or update Norton Core port forwarding settings

By default, Norton Core prevents malicious programs and hackers from accessing your secure network. With the port forwarding feature, you can route network traffic from outside your network to access a specific device in your secure network and vice versa.

Once you specify the port numbers, Norton Core router forwards the network traffic on the specific port to a specific device. Norton Core blocks the inactive ports on the device thereby providing protection against attacks through hacking techniques such as port scanning.

If you had already set up port forwarding for some devices on your network, they are automatically listed in the Norton Core Port Forwarding screen and are discoverable by other UPnP compatible devices. For each listed device, you can view the port range and protocol used.

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DOCID: v118380587_core_en_us
Operating System: Android, iOS
Last modified: 07/28/2017