Can someone walk me through opening a port and forwarding it to a different port on the Sonicwall TZ 210?
I am wanting to access 2 or 3 computers and a webcam on my home network from outside of my home network. There is no AD its just all workstations.
I created a service for each of them but I cannot figure out how to forward it to a static IP inside the network to a different port.
IE. I want to open port 9000 and forward it to port 3389 (remote desktop) on IP 192.168.1.10 (workstation A)
I also want to open Port 9500 for Slingbox or Webcam to Port 9500 on IP 192.168.1.25.
Article on port translation:
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