After trying pfsense now for a few days I am really impressed. Then I click on this post, see the text scrolling along and I think … wow only on a pfsense website
It's great how pfsense people go that extra mile just to give the best they can LOL i will be learning soon how to make that scrolling text happen hahahahaha
(sigh of relief to have found some great software ) phwwwwwww , excellent, I am in the right place
Never mind my reply above which I have now edited.
The question is too vague because there are two different things at play. First is the port forwarding part which UPnP does handle but of course the same destination port on the external address is only usable for one port forward, no way around it on pfSense or any other platform. The next thing is the outbound NAT configuration and this is what I think the question is really about and this is something the UPnP service in pfSense doesn't automate as far as I know.
Just pointing it out, if the blog guy doesn't grok the code they have in place that's fine, just noting it's totally annoying and gratuitous. It resides in common/common.min.js.
I also have no interest in disabling "smooth scrolling" to correct one site. I like my smooth scrolling elsewhere, TYVM. :)
Small Form Factor like miniGBICs? You probably don't mean that, do you?
Small Form Factor meaning more compatible with smaller screens such as smartphones. Probably a Bootstrap-capable forum that auto-resizes the window and page elements and eliminates the horizontal scrollbars.
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