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Nick_C

join:2004-09-12
England

P662 - Routing incoming, port forwarding to different ports

Not quite sure I have the terminology correct but basically what I am trying to do is route incoming traffic to different IPs dependent upon the incoming port used and also redirect that to a different port at the same time.

Perhaps an example might help:
Router has single incoming IP number.
Incoming on port: 3389 -> 192.168.10.9, port 3389
Incoming on port: 3390 -> 192.168.10.10, port 3389
Incoming on port: 3391 -> 192.168.10.11, port 3389
Incoming on port: 3392 -> 192.168.10.12, port 3389

Is this possible? I hoped that I would be able to do this simply through the Port Forwarding screen but that does not seem to have the facility to do this.

Nick



Anav
Sarcastic Llama? Naw, Just Acerbic
Premium
join:2001-07-16
Dartmouth, NS
kudos:5

That seems plausible. YOu probably have to make up firewall rules as well.

Cant remember but assume the port has been translated prior to the firewall rule and thus............... not sure how to make those up so that the firewall knows where to send the appropriate traffic.



Brano
I hate Vogons
Premium,MVM
join:2002-06-25
Burlington, ON
kudos:10
reply to Nick_C

On most home routers port translation is on port forwarding page. Post a screenshot from the port forwarding page if you can't figure it out.


OGalati

join:2005-08-19
Argentina
reply to Nick_C

In many ZyNOS devices, port translation can be achieved only by Telnet commands.
Check this
»www.adslzone.net/postp1504797.html#1504797
Please, ask for translation if language is a problem.
Regards.


Nick_C

join:2004-09-12
England
reply to Brano

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PortForwarding
Hi Brano, screenshot attached.

JPedroT

join:2005-02-18
kudos:1

You need to follow OGalati's link to see if its possible with your device through CLI, because its not supported through the WEBUI.
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