@mr-crain No reason to reboot anything.. Just troubleshoot the problem..
First things - is traffic even hitting your port.. You also have nat reflection setup? How are you testing this?
Start with the basics - does the port forward work externally? Got to can you see me . org and send traffic to either 7780 or 27020, those are tcp forward.
Sniff on your wan of pfsense - do you see it hit pfsense wan? Pfsense can not forward something it never sees.
Ok if it hits your wan, sniff on your lan side interface while sending another test - do you see it send it.. If so then something else downstream, your sending to wrong IP or port, the device is not actually even listening on those ports? Host firewall on where your sending it.
If you go through the details in the link, you should be able to figure out your problem in less than 2 minutes..
If that all works - then you can move on to if you have problems with nat reflection.
I created a gateway and route to a downstream network 10.20.30/24
Now created a port forward to an IP on that network.
Notice as well that my firewall rules shows that traffic has hit this rule the 0/420 B after I sent some traffic.
So sniffing on my wan and lan you see pfsense sent it on. And if I look at where that traffic was actually sent in my sniff, while sent to the 10.20.30.42 address, the mac is to my downstream router I setup.
If this simple test works, and still not working - at least you know its not pfsense, pfsense did exactly what I told it too do.. See traffic on your wan address to port 27020, send it to 10.20.30.42..