Forward Port 80 from Any network to Green

Note: The Any network includes Red / WAN

This example is for a standard web server. This can be used as a starting point for other services.

Source

  • Select Standard Networks and choose Any.

NAT

  • Check Use Network Address Translation (NAT)
  • Select Destination NAT (Port forwarding)
  • Select Firewall Interface: Automatic

Destination

  • Select Destination address (IP address or network) and enter the IP address of the server.
    • In this example we use the web server IP address of 192.168.0.25.

Protocol

  • Choose TCP from the drop down.
  • Leave Source Port as blank, This is the source port of the client, and is for more advanced configuration.
  • Set Destination port as 80
  • Leave External port (NAT) as blank.
    • This sets the Destination Port and the External Port to the same post number. In our example, port 80.

Additional Settings

  • A remark can be handy, but nothing in here is required.
  • Logging may cause a large log on a port that is actively used.

Final Notes

  • Click the Add button when done.
  • On the Firewall Rules page, press Apply Changes to make the new rule active.

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Older Revisions • December 21 at 3:34 am • Jon