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How to forward external traffic to different ports? (SG300-52)

This is my first time configuring a layer 3 switch. We have an SG300-52. I have setup a vlan for our servers. I have assigned an IP range to the vlan (192.168.1.0/24). I've connected our web server to one of the ports in the vlan. How would I set it up so that traffic coming in from one of the WAN ports on TCP port 80 is routed to a specific switch port in the vlan? For example: to allow public internet traffic to reach our web server.

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How to forward external traffic to different ports? (SG300-52)

Hi Barakat, do you have a router that connects to the internet? The switch does not support NAT therefore cannot route internet traffic.

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