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Author Topic: How To Setup Port Forwarding on Firmware 3.11 WAN to LAN device or server  (Read 1529 times)

landru

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Have experience with many firewall, routers. Here is a HOW TO for quick port forwarding:

1. Create a new custom service...
Main Menu > Security > Custom Service > Add a New Custom Service

2. Give it a name, select the link type (TCP, UDP, BOTH (TCP+UDP), or others
3. Leave Source Start Port and Source Finish Port BLANK
4. Enter the port number(s) or port ranges into the Destination Start Port and Destination Finish Port fields
5. Click SAVE
7. Create a new firewall rule
Main Menu > Security > Firewall Rules > Add New IPv4 Firewall Rule
8. From Zone  - Insecure WAN
9. To Zone - Secure LAN
10. Service (select the name of your created custom service)
11. Change Action to Always Allow
12. Source = ANY
13. Log = Never
14. Internal IP Address = (IP address of server/pc/device you are trying to forward to)
15. Click SAVE

DONE - Quick and Dirty

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FurryNutz

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Thank for this information, hope it helps future users.  ;)
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fronquillo1975

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Have experience with many firewall, routers. Here is a HOW TO for quick port forwarding:

1. Create a new custom service...
Main Menu > Security > Custom Service > Add a New Custom Service

2. Give it a name, select the link type (TCP, UDP, BOTH (TCP+UDP), or others
3. Leave Source Start Port and Source Finish Port BLANK
4. Enter the port number(s) or port ranges into the Destination Start Port and Destination Finish Port fields
5. Click SAVE
7. Create a new firewall rule
Main Menu > Security > Firewall Rules > Add New IPv4 Firewall Rule
8. From Zone  - Insecure WAN
9. To Zone - Secure LAN
10. Service (select the name of your created custom service)
11. Change Action to Always Allow
12. Source = ANY
13. Log = Never
14. Internal IP Address = (IP address of server/pc/device you are trying to forward to)
15. Click SAVE

DONE - Quick and Dirty
Excellent information!!!! Very useful for me at this time!!!
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FurryNutz

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Glad it works for you. Thanks for your feed back. Please feel free to post again.

Enjoy.

Have experience with many firewall, routers. Here is a HOW TO for quick port forwarding:

1. Create a new custom service...
Main Menu > Security > Custom Service > Add a New Custom Service

2. Give it a name, select the link type (TCP, UDP, BOTH (TCP+UDP), or others
3. Leave Source Start Port and Source Finish Port BLANK
4. Enter the port number(s) or port ranges into the Destination Start Port and Destination Finish Port fields
5. Click SAVE
7. Create a new firewall rule
Main Menu > Security > Firewall Rules > Add New IPv4 Firewall Rule
8. From Zone  - Insecure WAN
9. To Zone - Secure LAN
10. Service (select the name of your created custom service)
11. Change Action to Always Allow
12. Source = ANY
13. Log = Never
14. Internal IP Address = (IP address of server/pc/device you are trying to forward to)
15. Click SAVE

DONE - Quick and Dirty
Excellent information!!!! Very useful for me at this time!!!
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