Portforwarding issue: Part range to single destination port
Clouseau last edited by
Firewall: NAT: Port Forward: Edit
Redirect target port:
Specify the port on the machine with the IP address entered above. In case of a port range, specify the beginning port of the range (the end port will be calculated automatically).
Hint: this is usually identical to the 'from' port above
OK - What about then if I want to forward a range of ports to single destination port? Now I must do this rule individually per every port but I would like to do it in one rule, not 100! (I need to forward 100 UDP ports to single port)
Any easy way to do this?
sopsmattw last edited by
bump.. same need as below..
Guest last edited by
What happens when the destination port does not match the beginning port? It seems like then it would not calculate automatically.
Destination port range: 2000-3000
Redirect target port: 2001
You need individual port forwards for that.
When you specify a single target port, no matter if it matches or not, that is used as the start of a range. The ports in rdr rules must have a 1:1 relationship between external and target ports, you can't funnel a bunch of ports into a single port with one rule. (And why would you? It doesn't gain you anything)
dtsomp last edited by
you can't funnel a bunch of ports into a single port with one rule. (And why would you? It doesn't gain you anything)
Actually, we're planning to set up a server that will present a "we'll be right back" page during maintenance windows and we want all publicly accessible ports to be redirected to that server.