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Sonicwall TZ 210 Wireless N - Port Adress Translation and Forwarding

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.

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parmor
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digitapCommented:
you want to use the public server wizard.  you may want to create the services first.  go to firewall then services.  like address objects and address groups you can setup a single service or a group you can associate several services.  when you run the public service wizard, you'll specify the public ip, the service and the internal ip.
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crawforditsCommented:
Create your services as you described for each port (use groups if possible), create your address objects if needed, create access rules for WAN->LAN (source any, destination wan primary ip, service, allow), create one-one NAT policy (source any, destination public ip, service 9000, translated source original, translated destination private ip, service 3389)
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crawforditsCommented:
make sure if using pc firewall, exceptions are in place
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parmorAuthor Commented:
Excellent: Digitap, when using the wizard it and shows the external IP I leave it to the default.  At home I am using a Cable modem with a DCHP IP so, will the "rule: update itself?  
I have setup that I use No-IP and DynD/NS.org in the router.
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parmorAuthor Commented:
While looking at the Router I saw Guest Services for Wireless as "Disabled" how can I configure it to use Wireless SSID that has access to my Network AND a Guest SSID for people coming to my house so they can just have internet access without connecting to my network?
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digitapCommented:
it will update the address object associated with the wan address object.  you'll want to make sure you use your dyndns, of course.  it might take some time to update though.  hopefully your isp won't change your ip often.

regarding guest wireless, i'd suggest opening a new question for that if only to keep things organized.
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digitapCommented:
OK...back to my computer.  Regarding the wireless, here is a KB to enable that.http://www.fuzeqna.com/sonicwallkb/consumer/kbdetail.asp?kbid=4955
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digitapCommented:
Glad we could help and thanks for the points!
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Cas KristCommented:
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