Sessions
Use this screen to limit the number of concurrent NAT sessions a client can use, to ensure that no single client uses up too many available NAT sessions. Some applications, such as P2P file sharing, demand a greater number of NAT sessions in order to get a better uploading and downloading rate. Click Network Setting > NAT > Sessions to display the following screen.
Use the Sessions screen to limit the number of concurrent NAT sessions each client can use. Click Network Setting > NAT > Sessions to open the Sessions screen.
*Enter a number of concurrent NAT sessions in the MAX NAT Session Per Host field, and click Apply to limit the number of concurrent NAT sessions a client can use. Otherwise, clear the number in the MAX NAT Session Per Host field. Click Apply and there is no limit for concurrent NAT sessions a client can use.
Network Setting > NAT > Sessions
The following table describes the fields in this screen.
Network Setting > NAT > Sessions
LABEL
Description
MAX NAT Session Per Host
Use this field to set a common limit to the number of concurrent NAT sessions each client computer can have.
If only a few clients use peer to peer applications, you can raise this number to improve their performance. With heavy peer to peer application use, lower this number to ensure no single client uses too many of the available NAT sessions.
Cancel
Click Cancel to restore your previously saved settings.
Apply
Click Apply to save your changes.