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Releasing external access to a internal ip using only certain ports by RV042G

Releasing external access to a internal ip using only certain ports by RV042G

I need to access the external ip 192.168.0.100 which is a server cameras, but only need access to some ports tcp and udp, eg 100, 3550 and 6550

Where do this redirect? the option UPnP?

What assistance is welcome. Grateful.

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Releasing external access to a internal ip using only certain po

Hi Carlos, thank you for using our forum, my name is Luis I am part of the Small business Support community. I think you are asking for Port Forwarding, I will share an article with some steps to configure it.

http://www6.nohold.net/CiscoSB/Loginr.aspx?login=1&pid=2&app=search&vw=1&articleid=346

I hope you find this answer useful, if you have any question please let me know.

Greetings,

Luis Arias.

Cisco Network Support Engineer.

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Releasing external access to a internal ip using only certain po

My problem is that I have to redirect the services of cameras (geovision) for two computers, I will explain:

port 4550 -> forward -> 192.168.0.50:4550

Port 5550 -> forward -> 192.168.0.50:5550

Port 6550 -> forward -> 192.168.0.50:6550

Port 8866 -> forward -> 192.168.0.50:8866

and

port 4551 -> forward -> 192.168.0.99:4551

port 5551 -> forward -> 192.168.0.99:5551

port 6551 -> forward -> 192.168.0.99:6551

Port 8867 -> forward -> 192.168.0.99:8867

Forwarding does not solve my problem because if I do:

All Traffic [TCP & UDP / 1 ~ 65535] -> 192.168.0.50 [Enabled]

I can not do:

All Traffic [TCP & UDP / 1 ~ 65535] -> 192.168.0.99 [Enabled]

Shows me a message that the service is already in use.

So how do I insert the redireciomentos ports mentioned above? Use the forwarding or UPnP or One-to-One NAT?

Can you help me with this question?

Grateful for your help.

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Releasing external access to a internal ip using only certain po

Hi Carlos, I think you missed Step 3. In this case, if you want to set a Port Forward rule and there are not services for that you could create service with the port range that you want to use.

I hope you find this answer useful

Greetings,

Luis Arias.

Cisco Network Support Engineer.

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Releasing external access to a internal ip using only certain po

Hi Carlos, you can try to do this via access rules. First make a rule to deny all traffic from the WAN then make a custom rule for the port and destination you'd like.

Action Deny

Service All

Source interface WAN

Source IP any

Destination IP any

Save

Action Permit

Service 8867

Source interface WAN

Source IP -xx.xx.xx.xx

Destination IP - xx.xx.xx.xx

Save

-Tom
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