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Opening ports on Netscreen 5XT firewall

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Hello,
Is anybody familiar with the Netscreen GUI?

I need to open a TCP/IP port, inbound and outbound for some software features to function. Is anyone familiar with their GUI to direct me to the proper area to do this?

Thanks,
Nick
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you need to go to interfaces / external interface / VIP and setup and one to one nat
then in the policy specify a rule to enable from untrust to trust and/or untrust to global, and vice versa for outbound

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by:nick_kessler
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OK, but where do I put in the port # to open
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you would specify it on the vip, and in the policy
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this q? has a similar question but it is more for ssh, but the principle is the same for wha ever service you want
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Q_20993837.html?query=how+to+port+forward+netscreen&clearTAFilter=true
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