I've been working on some setup for UPnP, building Deny rules for our existing port forwards, so a UPnP request can't accidentally override them. I came across a port forward rule for our phone/unified communication system with this info:
- Destination Port=4000,5004-5070,5567,6004-7039,50098-50508
Now I now you can use ranges. And I know you can use commas. But somewhere I've heard that you can't use both together. Is that still true? Because I also know I wrote that rule, and I'd like to think I knew was I was doing.
I haven't heard any complaints, but hardly anyone here uses the UC software to it's full extent. I know that I at least have been using the Android app to check my voicemail. I don't think that could work if this rule wasn't parsed correctly, but again: I'm sure I remember reading this wasn't allowed.
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