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RV042 - forward to different port

Is it possible to forward complete traffic to, say, 77.88.99.100:1080 to 192.168.1.50:80 in my local network. I can forward port 1080 to 192.168.1.50, but it forwards to port 1080, and I would like to forward to port 80

The ruter is Linksys RV042.

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Re: RV042 - forward to different port

The Setup>UPnP page allows you to configure such forwarding rule. Note that UPnP does not need to be enabled to use this feature.

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Re: RV042 - forward to different port

Thank you, but it still does not work. Here is the configuration.

When I go to 192.168.1.50 (from my local network) I have access to my Web camera.

In UPNP section I defined service CAM1 (TCP150->80), added it to the list, enabled it and saved the configuration

In Forwarding section I defined CAM1F service forwarding TCP150 to 192.168.1.50, enabled it and saved the configuration.

Pointing browser to 77.xx.xx.xx:150 (77.xx.etc being my static IP address) does not work. However, when I reconfigure Web camera to use port 150 (which is inconvinient for me because recording software I use insists on port 80) 77.xx.xx.xx:150, which means that UPNP configuration didn't change anything.

Please help.

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Re: RV042 - forward to different port

It works! I just had to disable port forwarding and use only UPnP. Great. Thanks a lot!

Re: RV042 - forward to different port

Yes, when there are conflicting rules in Forwarding and UPnP Forwarding, the former rule take precedence. Glad to know you made it work.

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