I surprisingly didn't find much documentation about port range forwarding.
I would need to forward a few ports on my 877w, and I might have seen a solution between two static addresses. However, although my provider gives me a fixed ip address, I get it via dhcp, so I would like to build a static nat where the outside address is given via dhcp. This would mean using the interface as outside, but in that case I can't find a solution to forward a range of ports.
Yes, kind of. This is what I did to configure my ssh, exactly on the same port.
In this case, however, I would like to go a bit further: I would like to do the same for, for example, all the ports between 7001 and 7050. What I can do is to write the same line 50 times, every time with a different port (which is at the end what I did), or maybe there is a better solution. If I make an access list I can specify the port range, and I was hoping that there was a similar solution for static nats.
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