Having trouble enabling port-forwarding when 1-1 nat is enabled for different IP
I'm trying to add a port forward rule to an RV130 but it's not taking effect.
Basically: ip#1 - points to mail server - all ACL is working correctly.
IP#2 - points to network - no ACL nor Port Forwarding takes effect
I have this device in other places, and port forwarding works when there's no 1-1 nat.
I have ISA which has a similar GUI - but more featureful, and everything works correctly here. 1-1 Nat & port-forwarding. I tried to transpose the ACL & port-forward from this but I'm missing some options and it doesn't work.
I've tried: Doing the port forward by itself,
Making an ACL by itself
Combition of both, with ACL tied to both forwarded and original service port.
Is this a limitation of the RV small business firewalls?
edit; in the rv130 I'm having issues with-- only one 1-1 nat is setup - the other IP is bound to the firewall as it's main IP.
1-nat.png - this is their nat. It binds an external IP address to a local IP address. In this instance, the client has 5 ip addresses.
1.5-wan.png This is their IP config. the "Internet IP Address" is the address for the office. If you ran "what is my ip" on the server, you get 42. if you ran it on a workstation, you get 41.
2-access.png These are their access rules. All work except the one "RDP" to 100.99 -- ALL the rules seem to affect the 1-1 nat IP only
3-PortForwarding.png Here I tried to forward the port I wanted to the service I wanted and device I wanted. However if I connect to 9090 on any of their IP, it doesn't work.
It also doesn't work if I change the RDP service in the ACL to the 9090 service. Or a combination of portforwarding and ACL.
What's strange is I have this setup elsewhere and it DOES work - see the picture called working config. I know it's a completely different OS - but I don't think the functionality is ellusive. And like I said, I've got port forwarding working with the RV130 elsewhere - just not in conjunction w/ 1-1Nat
Edit; I also uploaded a 'working acl' from a site where I have a port forward working. The device created this ACL when I did the port forward - I tried mirroring it's setup on the RV130 but it didn't work.
1- Are you sure this works without the One to One NAT? I only ask because I don't see why it wouldn't, the two features are not related.
Can you please disable the One to One NAT and make sure this the port forwarding works without it?
Just change the port forwarding back to 3389 for both ports and make sure it is enabled. Also, you DO NO NEED an access rule for the port forward to work, so you can remove that from the table and leave only the rules for the One to One NAT.
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