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Firebox Watchguard XTM 330 Port Redirect

Posted on 2012-03-14
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Hello all,

I just got a new Watchguard XTM 330 firewall and I was wondering how is port redirection configured on these new ones.

I have a lot of the old X55e's and X20's and there is a dedicated port redirect section under the firewall Incoming/Outgoing section.

We have multiple PC's running pcAnywhere and each of them currently listen under different ports.

One PC is on the default (tcp/udp) 5631/5632 the other on 5633/5634 etc.

I am using the Web UI for the config


Any assistance would be greatly appreciated
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Have a look at link below:
http://www.watchguard.com/help/docs/webui/11-xtm/en-US/Content/en-US/nat/nat_static_config_about_c.html

Make sure to add different internal IP addresses in step 8 and use different firewall policies based on port number 5631/5632 and 5633/5634 and add the static members respectively.

Please implement and update.

Thank you.
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Thank you

got me on the right path
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