troubleshooting Question

Port forwarding with Vyatta

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Hi. I'm new to Vyatta or Unix networking in general, so its a newbie question.
I have a working Vyatta setup that connects my small office to the broadband connection. I have set up static mapping so every machine on the network has a constant IP address.

What I need to do, is to enable outside access to one of my web servers on the local network.

Server has an IP address of say 192.168.1.10 and web server is running on standard port 80. I need to be able to access this web server externally by going to http://mypublicip:8810/

My public IP is static so I don't need to setup DDNS.

How do I do this? :)

Thanks in advance!
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