Both triggered and static port forwarding are available for up to 10 port ranges, and TCP, UDP, or both protocols may be selected. Additionally, the EBR-2310 enables its more lenient "gaming mode" by default (which may be turned off via the administrative interface), allowing Internet games and gaming consoles to pass through the router freely via "loose UDP".
The EBR-2310 also allows for a decent amount of filtering with regards to ports, content, and traffic. LAN and Internet access for up to 10 MAC addresses may be blocked, though the router does not allow for the filtration of specific ports and does not allow time constraints to be set for blocking. Up to 20 keywords or URLs may be blocked for all clients on the network (though not for specific hosts), but similar to the MAC filtration this is not time-based. The router's firewall also comes with SPI, which cannot be disabled.
Port forwarding and filtering on the EBR-2310 are helped with the dynamic generation of a list of DHCP clients (selectable by hostname) that the user can select, instead of having to manually enter them into the system based off of their IP addresses.
The router supports basic system event logging (though no logging of traffic), and these logs may be cleared. Syslog and SNMP trap logs are also not supported by the router, and logged events cannot be emailed or saved.