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Config DMZ port on ZYWALL USG 200

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i have to services who use port 80.

1. the microsoft server need port 80 and is one the LAN port

2. I have a servalliance system there need port 80 as well and i think a will ude the dnz for that.


The question is: who do i config the dmz to forward port 80 to the lan ip for the servilancesystem?

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You can not forward port 80 from the outside IP to 2 separate inside hosts.   Not going to happen.  

If you use port 80 on the Microsoft server for IIS, then your best bet would be to change the security camera port forward to something else such as TCP 1024.   Then you could address the camera as http://xx.xx.xx.xx:1024 and have that forward internally to your camera's IP on port 80.     Alternatively, see if you can change the camera's listening port to 1024 also (if you like keeping things even like I do.).  

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thanks for you answer. i will change the port on the camaera.



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you cannot forward one port to multiple computers.  your best bet is to leave the MS server on port 80 and change the camera port to something else higher up the range.  

don't forget to set the camera system with a static IP to avoid DHCP issues.

your alternative is to purchase a second static IP from your ISP and set up a secondary router for the security system.
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Did that work for you?
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sorry im first trying it tomorrow - but thanks ;-)
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Any luck today?
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I believe I provided an accurate fix for this issue while pointing out the proposed configuration error.  

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Sorry. Yes, you are right, I did not see the first comment after having to clean up too many questions ...

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