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Port forwarding Cisco RV042 / RV042G

Hi,

we use three Cisco RV042 small Business Routers.

The problem:

We want to forward HTTPS on Wan-side to an other port than 443 on Lan-side.

For example: Wan 217.44.55.66 port 443 to 192.168.0.5 port 5001

There is only this option in RV042 : Forwarding -> Service HTTPS [TCP/443~443] to "IP-Adress" (also Port 443)

but we need something like this:

Forwarding -> Service HTTPS [TCP/443~443] to 192.168.0.5:5001

How can I configure it ?

 

Greetings from Germany

Goetz Hartwig, ITUC GmbH

 

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Hi Ituconsult1 My name is

Hi Ituconsult1

 

My name is Mehdi from Cisco Technical Support, yes with RV042 we can translate the port 

Please follow this steps:

1. Please remove the rule of the port forwarding 

2. Go to Setup under UPnP , service management and you will see external port and internal port so please configure external port to 443 and internal to 5001 and click add, please do not enable UPnP

3. on the same page please choose the service you created and put the internal IP of the server server

 

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Greeting 

Regards

Mehdi

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Hi Ituconsult1 My name is

Hi Ituconsult1

 

My name is Mehdi from Cisco Technical Support, yes with RV042 we can translate the port 

Please follow this steps:

1. Please remove the rule of the port forwarding 

2. Go to Setup under UPnP , service management and you will see external port and internal port so please configure external port to 443 and internal to 5001 and click add, please do not enable UPnP

3. on the same page please choose the service you created and put the internal IP of the server server

 

Please rate the post or mark it as answered to help other Cisco customers

 

Greeting 

Regards

Mehdi

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Hello Mehdi,that's whot I was

Hello Mehdi,

that's whot I was looking for ! It works ! But why UPnP ?

Thank you !

Best regards,

Goetz Hartwig, ITUC GmbH

 

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