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What’s the Function of 'Disable NAT'?User Application RequirementUpdated 01-22-2015 01:49:05 AMThis Article Applies to:TL-WDR3600 , TL-WDR3500 , Archer C20TL-WDR3600 , TL-WDR3500 , Archer C20 , Archer C50 , Archer C7( V1 V2 V3 ) , Archer C20i , TL-WDR4900 , Archer C5 , Archer C2( V1 ) , TL-WDR4300
1. How to disable NAT?
Step 1 Login the management page of router. Please refer to [FAQ ID: 87] , if you don’t know how to login on the management page.
Step 2 Click NAT on the left panel
Step 3 Find the radio button of “Current NAT Status”
2. What’s the function of “Disable NAT”?
If NAT is turned off, the device will work on pure-router mode which can transmit data only. Please DO NOT turn it off unless your ISP supports this mode, otherwise you will lose Internet connection.
The default status of NAT is Enabled, so without special demand, please don't select the Disable option.Is this faq useful?
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