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How to open a renage of ports in the watchguard firewall?

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does anyone have a step by step on how to open a range of ports in this fire wall. Example, if I want to open ports from 2000 to 2500. what process do I take to do that?
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1) Policy Manager
2) Add Policies (+ Sign)
3) New...
4) Name your policy and  Use "Packet Filter Option"
5) Use add to create you own set of ports that you want to open
    Select Port Range if you can use a range
    Select TCP, UDP, ANY or different type of port as you need
6) Repeat this operation to add as you need of port range or single port
7) When you finish, select your custom policies in Custom and click ADD
8) Configure From, To, NAT and different option if you need
9) Auto-Order or order manually the position of your rule and save it to your firewall

   
 
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THank you..
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