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Configuring DI-524 port forwarding

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August 26, 2013 11:17:07 AM

Hello,

I want to send packets to my external ip address on port (public) 43011 and have it forwarded to 192.168.2.110 on port 5130. Simultaneously I also want to send packets to same external ip address but on port (public) 43015 and have it forwarded to 192.168.2.115 on port 5130.

Basically I want to map a public port to an internal IP address on a specific port. As the public port changes the internal IP address changes but the internal port # remains the same.

Can this be done on the DI-524? I tried configuring it but it complains about the port range conflicting.

Thank you.

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August 29, 2013 10:16:30 AM

From looking at the manual for the DI-524, it looks like you can do this by using the Virtual Server configuration page. You would give your rule a name and specify the private IP address as 192.168.2.110. The public port would be 43011 and the private port would be 5130.
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August 29, 2013 10:37:04 AM

DerekVGH said:
From looking at the manual for the DI-524, it looks like you can do this by using the Virtual Server configuration page. You would give your rule a name and specify the private IP address as 192.168.2.110. The public port would be 43011 and the private port would be 5130.


I have tried it before, I can create the first one, private IP 192.168.1.110, private port 5130, public port 43011. but when I try to create the second one, private IP 192.168.1.115, private port 5130, public port 43015. I get a port range conflict error.

Thank you.

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