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    Wink Multiple servers behind untangle but same service

    Whats the best way to do this?

    I have a number of servers behind an untangle server they are all running
    the same service (backup software) and thus using the same ports.

    I was able to use port forward to connect to one of the servers
    as shown in the attachment config. I did this for all the ports I needed.

    Problem is I have other servers that are located behind the firewall
    that need to be connected to from a different public IP.

    Can you give me an idea on how to do it? Tks


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    You can changue the destination port to other that 6060 in external (i.e. 6061, 6062, and so), Of course the client software must be change the port for each server.
    Or buy more public ip address.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwasserman View Post
    You can changue the destination port to other that 6060 in external (i.e. 6061, 6062, and so), Of course the client software must be change the port for each server.
    Or buy more public ip address.
    Thank you but I do have enough public IP addresses I just want all the
    servers to be behind a firewall. Right now my setup is I have one server
    behind the firewall and 2 more servers having public IP addresses. Appreciate
    advise.

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    changed "Destined Local" (which means any IP address that untangle owns) to the specific address that you want to forward. The other IPs must be specified as aliases on Untangle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    changed "Destined Local" (which means any IP address that untangle owns) to the specific address that you want to forward. The other IPs must be specified as aliases on Untangle.
    Dmorris,

    But just to be clear, how do I route example public_ip1 --> local_ip1,
    public_ip2 -- local_ip2 and so on and so forth. All of these servers use the same ports.

    Regards

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    Change "Destined Local" to "Destination Address" and then put public_ip1 in the field.
    Then setup your second rule but instead of using Destined Local put Destination Address with public_ip2 in the field.
    You just need to create a rule for each ip|port you want to forward and where you want to forward it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    Change "Destined Local" to "Destination Address" and then put public_ip1 in the field.
    Then setup your second rule but instead of using Destined Local put Destination Address with public_ip2 in the field.
    You just need to create a rule for each ip|port you want to forward and where you want to forward it.
    Dmorris,

    Would I still need to add the public ipaddresses as aliases?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    Dmorris,

    Noted with thanks. We do have untangle support but just got used to
    looking at the forums. Tks

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