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RV042 - Port forward/translation from ext to int

Hy,

I recently buy a CSRV042-EU. I need to make a translation port to acces remote some of my server on lan.

I use a primary WAN with static IP 83.166.XXX.XXX .The LAN has aprox. 30 clients.

I want to acces remote one of the computer from LAN, as example:

83.166.xxx.xxx:10101 -> 192.168.10.10, using 10101 as external port and 3389 as internal port for remote on 192.168.10.10 machine

83.166.xxx.xxx:10102 -> 192.168.10.11, using 10102 as external port and 3389 as internal port for remote on 192.168.10.11 machine

......

I don't konw how to do this forward because in Port Forward i cannot find the option to enter teh ext port and the int port.

Could you please help me with an example, how ca i make this forward?

Thank you !

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Re: RV042 - Port forward/translation from ext to int

This can be done with asymmetric forwarding rules, which can be defined in the UPnP Forwarding page under Setup. Note that the UPnP does not have to be enabled/checked to activate the static asymmetric forwarding rules.

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Re: RV042 - Port forward/translation from ext to int

Thank you for your answers.

In UPnP i set the external port for each internal LAN IP  i want to acces from outside ?

ex: Declare a service - "Server 1" with IP range 10101-10101 for IP 192.168.10.10 ?

Is this setting correct ?

Re: RV042 - Port forward/translation from ext to int

Yes, it sounds correct.

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I know it's been this long

I know it's been this long post, but I have the following question ...

I have several external IPs and would like to designate for each type of service.

eg:
200.0.0.1 => http => 10.0.0.2
200.0.0.2 => https => 10.0.0.1

How could this setting in RV?

Today I have two models in the network-to-VPN Gw Gw the RV016 and 042.

Regards,

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