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TZ 170 configuring a NAT rule

Posted on 2011-04-21
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I am trying to remotly view the Videos from a CCTV system. The CCTV system is connecting to one of the ports on the Sonic Wall and on any other firewall
I would configure port forwarding from the internal IP address to the external IP address using port 6000 and 6001 TCP. Can anybady give some info on how this is done on the TZ170 Sonic Wall firewall?


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Sure. Use the information below depending on what firewall firmware you have:

Standard OS:


Enhanced OS:


I don't know if the services you are using so there may or may not be a service address group. If not, then you'll need to create the service objects, then a service group to reference when you run the public server wizard. Here is an article on how to setup the services. This is for the enahance OS. If you need to setup the custom service within the standard, then there are links with the KB I referenced above.

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