1 - address object host with IP 192.168.1.10
2 - Service object, Will need two, one for UDP and one for TCP
Also create a group object with both of these in it. (for firewall rule)
3 - port forward using Virtual Serverl
a. using NAT menu select add virtual server mapping type.
b. incoming interface usually WAN1
c. original IP - any
d. mapped IP - name of address object you created.
e. port mapping - service
f. name of port mapping object udp
g. name of port mapping object udp
create second rule only difference is f. and g. being tcp
dont enable loopback.
Now you need to make a corresponding firewall rule.
WAN to LAN
user-any, source-any, (unless you can narrow down external access to specific IP address or range), destination - name of address object, Service - group object that has both tcp and udp ports covered. Access ALlow--
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