How to simple portforward to a specific host?



  • Hi!

    I would like to ask help on how can I port forward [this specific port] to a [specific IP]?

    This is the scenario, on a remote computer from the web should be able to connect with service on [this specific port] which is hosted by the [specific IP] in the network.

    Your help is very much appreciated.

    Thank you.



  • Firewall. NAT, port forward. Click the +
    Destination is WAN, port range is the external port, target ip is the private ip, redirect target port is the internal port. In a simple setup external and internal ports will be the same.
    You really should buy the book, or something.



  • Wow, thanks for your help. I was thinking of buying the book but pfSense said that the book (2009) is already obsolete.



  • The first hit when Googling for 'pfsense port forward' was this:

    https://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/How_can_I_forward_ports_with_pfSense



  • For SVN server, will I still use TCP/UDP for the protocol?



  • For SVN server, will I still use TCP/UDP for the protocol?

    Yes.  The function of the server has no relation to the communications protocol.  It's like asking if I can still drive on the road if my car is a Blue Toyota.  The road is the road and can handle all cars, regardless of maker or colour.