Netscreen 5 XT port 22 ssh port 80 http forwarding -error "Service(port=80) not supported for this vip x.x.x.x"

I am trying to do a port forward of port 22 ssh  and port 80 http on a Netscreen 5 XT
I get the following error "Service(port=80) not supported for this vip x.x.x.x"

Different ports no problem.

Even configed a custom service as virtual port and fowarded this one to the internal machine on port 22 of that machine
that worked.

But I like to use port 80 and port 22 because I cann't reconfigure the whole outside world.

What do I overlook?
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Is it the same port that you use for management?
you can change your webui port.
howartAuthor Commented:
I ticked off the managment checkboxes at the interface section of the untrusted interface.

How do I change the webui port en the management ssh port?
howartAuthor Commented:
I think I got it: Configuration-Admin-Management
Gonna test it
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howartAuthor Commented:
Yes got it

If you tell me how to set up the policy rules? I gonna give ya all the points.:)
are you going to be using the untrusted interface IP or do you have another untrust IP you will be using?
have you checked out the concepts and examples doc? you can get it from it talks about how to set it up and gives you good examples.
you can get it here

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