The DMZ is just a concept where some of the machines are connected to a separate port on the device to allow less restircted access from the internet. Since this model seems to have multiple Ethernet interfaces and and ADSL interface, I guess you should be able to do what you want. The configuration will depend on the addresses, what protocols are allowed to communicate with the machines connected to the DMZ port etc. Check out if this link helps you :
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