With now over 5 millions downloads under its belt (2.5 million of those in the past six months alone!) the Zend Framework open-source project has shown phenomenal growth. This means a much larger and more vibrant community of developers to hire from, to pore over and vet ZF code contributions, and, in general, to raise the bar for professional PHP development.To that end, we are happy to announce a new case study showcasing the world-famous Indy 500 racetrack: the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) and their standardization on Zend Framework. Read a short summary here or the entire case study to see why IMS chose Zend. Jon Whitcraft, Lead Application Developer at IMS said: “I can’t tell you how important a friendly and growing community is to building a product the open-source way.”
Before continuing, you will need to know the IP address of the computer or device you will be setting as the DMZ.
- Open your web browser and go to http://10.0.0.2/ . Log in using ‘admin’ as the username and ‘zoomadsl’ as the password.
- Click on Advanced Setup at the top of the page. Then locate and click on the ‘NAT’ button.
- Select ‘NAT Rule Entry’ from the drop down list. Click on the ‘Add’ button near the bottom to add a new NAT rule.
- You should use the following settings:
- ‘Rule Flavor’ should be RDR
- Rule ID should be 10 (or any other unused rule ID number)
- Specify both ‘Local Address From’ and ‘Local Address To’ as your computer’s private IP address (10.0.0.5 for instance)
- Leave all other settings unchanged
- Click ‘Save Changes’ at the bottom.
- Once you have saved the changes, be sure to click on ‘Write Settings to Flash’ so that the modem retains the settings if you ever turn it off.