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Route Specific port (TCP) between local (LAN) Subnets

I have a core switch HP-5308xl that is the gateway for around 4 different subnets. I have a main subnet of 192.168.75.x and a IP Device subnet of 192.168.72.x

I have a device that is using port 4098 on the 72 subnet and a software looking for 4098 activity on the 75 subnet.

How do I route the traffic on port 4098 to 75 subnet and back.

p.s. I can ping the device and go to the onboard webpage...
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