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BeamOS – UPNP

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Summary

UPnP allows clients in the local network to automatically configure the router. This chapter is a summary of the UPnP function in BEAM routers.

General Settings

BeamOS Services upnp general screen
Field Name
Value
Description
Enable
yes | no; Default: no
Toggles UPnP ON or OFF
Use secure mode
yes | no; Default: yes
Toggles Secure mode ON or OFF

Advanced Settings

BeamOS Services upnp advanced screen
Field Name
Value
Description
Use UPnP port mapping
yes | no; Default: yes
Toggles UPnP port napping ON or OFF
Use NAT-PMP port mapping
yes | no; Default: yes
Toggles NAT-PMP port mapping ON or OFF
Device UUID
yes | no; Default: yes
Specify Universal unique ID of the device

UPnP ACLs

ACLs specify which external ports may be redirected to which internal addresses and ports

BeamOS Services upnp acls screenn
Field Name
Value
Description
Comment
string; Default: Allow high ports
Adds a comment to this rule
External ports
integer [0..65535]] | range of integers [0-65535]; Default: 1024-65535
External port(s) which may be redirected. May be specified as a single port or a range of ports. To specify a range use a dash (‘-‘) symbol between two integer numbers
Internal Addresses
ip/integer [0..32]; Default: 0.0.0.0/0
Internal address to be redirect to
Internal ports
integer [0..65535]] | range of integers [0-655355]; Default: 1024-65535
Internal port(s) to be redirect to May be specified as a single port or a range of ports. To specify a range use a dash (‘-‘) symbol between two integer numbers
Action
allow | deny; Default: allow
Allows or forbids the UPnP service to open the specified port
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