Port Map 1.3.1 R46
Straightforward and intuitive OS X application designed to give you quick and easy access to your router's port mapping features
Port Map is a straightforward application designed to give you quick and easy access to your router's port mapping features. What is more, Port Map comes with support for all major routers, AirPort Base Stations included, and offers URL templates and customizable presets.
To install Port Map you have to download the ZIP archive, extract the app and copy it to your Mac's Applications folder.
Port Map features an user-friendly and easy-to-use interface from which you can easily map multiple port.
By using Port Map you will be able to open a port to the public without visiting your router's setup page from where you must find the port mapping feature in order to map the port.
The mapping process is quick and fast. To create a new mapping you just have to click the "Plus" sign, type the port number you need to open, enter a short description and then click Add Mapping.
Port Map will create the desired map in your router and check its status. Once create the port will stay mapped even after you close the application.
From Port Map's main window you can also view all existing port maps, check their status and enable or disable them simultaneously or one by one.
Port Map comes as a simple and intuitive solution for all Mac users that are used to map ports for various reasons.
In conclusion, Port Map is a fully featured all-purpose port mapper that comes with support for a wide variety of routers, AirPort Base Stations included, with user-definable presets and URL templates.
Reviewed by George Popescu, last updated on August 16th, 2013
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What's New in version 1.1 R30
- updated of miniupnpc library to version 1.2 - should increase compatibility with more router/gateways, e.g. the Arcor EasyBox A300.
- update of libnatpmp to libnatpmp-20081006
- fixed an issue with AVM routers that caused generation of too many and stale UPNP mappings
- fixed an issue with NAT-PMP and the current Airport Extreme Base stations that caused external IP changes not to be noticed
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