I tried to specify "0" for the remote port, but the Actiontec just says that its invalid.
The instructions (below) says "Zend Debugger opens a random port on the server and connects to port 10137" on the client. The "random" port is actually between 1,024 and 65,535.
I didn't know that a router had a port bound to itself. Is it easy to find out what it is?
I tried putting my machine's IP address in the DMZ, but the Zend Debugger still couldn't connect back to me. My machine should have been exposed to the Internet, but Windows Firewall wasn't logging any dropped packets.
Telus has customised the firmware on this router. For example, you can't turn the Firewall off. You can still put a computer into the DMZ, but when I went to ShieldsUP! on grc.com, it still seemed like there was a firewall in place. Is there another way to test if the DMZ is working?