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    Default Forward Incoming Ports

    Is it possible to forward incoming requests on a tunnel to an internal ip address. I am testing a static ip vpn service that is supposed to allow running services behind it(websites, rdp, ect)

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    You can use "port forward rules" in config > network to forward traffic to external addresses to internal hosts.
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    so, should this work for a webpage, as far as port forward:
    Source Interface=vpn tunnel, protocol=tcp, destination port=80. new destination="internal ip address" and new port=80

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    Yes, but I would not remove the destined local condition.
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