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I am new to the RV180W. I am running the most recent firmware--version
I am having trouble getting FTP to work with my QNAP NAS.
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However, the port forwarding configuration only allows me to specify *ONE* internal port. With other routers I have always specified the same private port *RANGE* that corresponds with the public ports that I have opened up.

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