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Hi, can you please walk me through the process of adding an inbound rule in our sonicwall, NSA240, that will direct the traffic of blackberry activations from port 3101 , to our internal address of the BES? (10.0.1.10)


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Click on Firewall, then access rules, then create a new access rule for the port you need, you will need to name your forward, call it Blackberry, then specify TCP, then define the port 3101.  Save the new rule settings, then apply the new rule to the IP address of your Blackberry server.

So your rule will look like:

Zone > Zone Priority  Source  Destination  Service           Action
WAN   > LAN  1            Any        10.0.1.10    Blackberry       allow
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