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Author Topic: DSR 250 / Port forwarding issue  (Read 280 times)

Vitaly

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DSR 250 / Port forwarding issue
« on: September 29, 2020, 08:12:23 AM »

Hi All,
At my site we have few electronic systems connected by Ethernet. My old TP-link router did the all necessary job and port forwarding as well. During the renovation of IT system, we have changed the old TP-link router on the new DSR 250 and I got an issue with port forwarding.
Router: DSR 250, Firmware: 3.14B103H

My internal equipment sited on IP: 192.168.10.150
Communication port: 80

At the DSR 250 I want to use port 8095 for the forwarding to IP 192.168.10.150 port 80

My settings in Security section:
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Custome Service Configuration

- Name: ConrWebAccess
- Port Range
Source Start Port: 1
Source Finish Port: 65535
Destination Start Port: 8095
Destination Finish Port: 8095
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And

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Firewall Rules Configuration

From Zone: INSECURE (WAN)
To Zone: SECURE (LAN)
Service: ContrWebAccess
Action: Always Allow
Source Hosts: Any
Lag: Never

Destination NAT Settings
Internal IP Address: 192.168.10.150
Enable Port Forwarding: ON
Translate Port Number:80
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But unfortunately I donít get result.
Maybe I have missed some checkmarks or other restrictions?
I will appreciate for any help or advise with my case!
Many thanks!
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Mr.Mom

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Re: DSR 250 / Port forwarding issue
« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2020, 09:54:00 AM »

Is the device that is using 192.168.10.150 configured for port 80? If so change it to 8095 on that device. Also recommend upgrading the DSR-250 to latest firmware depending on what hardware Rev you have.
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