CTRLink EIGR IP Router - Port Forwarding to Access a Private Web Server


The Skorpion Gigabit IP Router, the EIGR, has many of the same features found in high-end routers, but it is simple to install and commission. In this video, we explain how to use port forwarding to access a private web server.

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