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    Cool port forwarding

    How do you forward external ports to internal ports ?
    I have a web server on port 80 192.168.150:80 along with a few others behind Untangle used as a router.

    Source Address external 8080 to internal 192.x.x.150:80

    8081 to internal 192.x.x.155:80

    I disabled the firewall just to make sure, and i cannot get port forward to do this

    any help would be great.

    Thanks Alain

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    Welcome to the forums.

    Please post a screenshot of your rule.

    Also, you can't test this rule from inside your network without killing http management.
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    Default here is an example

    here is a screen shot:
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    Change DESTINATION PORT to 8080. At the bottom, change the private IP to the appropriate IP (screenshot IP does not match your earlier mentioned IP). Second rule would be using DESTINATION PORT 8081 and the IP at the bottom would be your second private IP.
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    Default port forwarding issues

    How can that work all my internal server are on port 80 with different ip address

    i want to be a source port 8080 to a destination port internal ip:80

    I do not want to change my internal port.

    example:

    http://www.sparky1.com ------> 192.168.1.25:80

    http://www.sparky1.com:8080 -------> 192.168.1.10:80

    http://www.sparky1.com:8081 -------> 192.168.1.15


    this is what i would like to do, i don't think it is possible in UT

    Thanks

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    You didn't get what I told you so I will type the whole thing for you.

    Destination Port: 8080
    Destined Local
    Protocol: TCP
    Source Interface: External
    New Destination: 192.168.1.10
    New Port: 80

    Destination Port: 8081
    Destined Local
    Protocol: TCP
    Source Interface: External
    New Destination: 192.168.1.15
    New Port: 80
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    Yes, MDH is correct. The Destination Port field refers to the port you want open on the public IP address. The "new port" field refers to the destination port on the actual server you're redirecting traffic to.
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    Lightbulb port forwarding issues

    Ok folks 2x4 me to the head !, i get it, and i want to thank you all for the help.

    Thanks Alain

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