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Sonic wall pro 1260

I have a question. I have work with the TZ190 sonic walls but not the pro 1260. I have a wan connection with a range of 8 usable IP's.  I'm trying to setup differnt ips from the range to different services on differnt computers within my lan. I can't not figure this out. I can setup services but only if I use the wizard and use the ip attached to the wan interface but I have x.x.x.230 - x.x.x.238 and would like to use all the IP's in this usable range. SO in simple terms lets say my wan ip is x.x.x.230 and i want to setup a http port forward. I don't know how to setup http to use x.x.x.232.
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Do you have standard or enhanced OS; with standard OS you would be able to configure one-to-one NAT for the incoming traffic; with this one single public IP would be dedicated to one single internal machine.

If you have enhanced OS you get lot of granularity while configuring NAT.

To configure one-to-one NAT, follow the steps below:
1. Goto Network > One-to-One NAT page.
2. Select the Enable One-to-One NAT check box.
3. Click Add. Enter private address of server.
4. Enter public address of server [x.x.x.232].
5. Enter 1.
6. Click OK; click Apply.

For access rule:
Click Firewall, then Access Rules.
Click Add.
Configure the following settings:
1. Allow
2. Service - HTTP
3. Source - WAN
4. Destination - LAN private IP of server

Please note indicating WAN/LAN is important.

Please check and update.

Thank you.

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