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enable DMZ or port forwarding on more than one IP?

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Is there a way to have 2 computers both have DMZ enabled at once? Because on any computer, when I go to my router page, it shows my computer being the only one to have it selected for DMZ and it's only a 1-slot list. Thanks
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Port Forwarding - Yes
DMZ - No
(I think)

But it of course depends on your router.
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If you meant forwarding the same port to multiple hosts - no you can't.

DMZ - I don't know.
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DMZ by default forwards any traffic that isn't specifically assigned, to the DMZ zone.
On a home router this is usually only one port/device.
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Most home routers only allow one internal ip address or network device on DMZ, but there's plenty of port forwarding slots open. You just have to put in which ones and check them off.
    
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