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I have a wireless webcam configured via DHCP. The webcam has a webserver in it. It is configured to respond to http requests on port 80 (default http request port). I assigned the Webserver-secondary rule to it by mistake (the secondary rule forwards https requests on port 8080.) I tried to remove the association by: selecting the device in the My Network column -> Port Forwarding. I see the device in the applications and Ports Forwarded table. I then check the check box in the Delete column associated with the rule for the webcam, hit Delete, then Refresh, and the rule is still there!!!!!!!
This is driving me nuts! I powercycled the webcam, the router, the computer, and tried to delete the association, and, it won't go away.....
Am I doing something wrong?
This is the most non-intuitive router set up I've ever seen...
#1 Check Delete.
#2 Press Delete.
#3 Press Apply
#4 Press Refresh