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Reliable router that allows alot of port forwarding (20 +)

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you shouldn't need to forward that many ports to a particular host on the LAN.

there are only a certain amount of basic functions like http, https, ftp, DNS, DHCP, L2TP, IPSec, SMTP, POP3, X500, and what not [about 40]. When you get above the basic application protocols and want virtually all application protocols available, most would figure use a DMZ to expose them all.