How do I configure port forwarding?

Port forwarding can be configured in Advanced settings in the eero app.

  1. Open the eero app
  2. Tap on the Settings tab
  3. Tap on Advanced
  4. Tap on Reservations & Port Forwarding
  5. From here, you can add a reservation under IPv4 Reservations & Port Forwards or a firewall rule under IPv6 Firewall Rules
  6. You can assign permissions to a previously connected device, or manually add a new device.
  7. You can now edit the permissions with a specific IP address (IPv4 only), MAC address and open a specific internal/external port. You can also select a protocol for both TCP & UDP or either TCP or UDP
  8. Hit the back button on the top left to save your selected settings

Hairpin NAT support

Hairpin NAT — also known as NAT loopback and Hairpinning — is an advanced network feature that allows you to access port forwarded devices from inside the network using an external IP address — is now automatically enabled for all networks running eeroOS version 3.3 or later. You can check your network version by following these steps.

In order to use this feature, you will need to have configured a port forward on your network and ensure that the port needed to reach the network isn't blocked by another device (such as an upstream router) 

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