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Port Forward Win 2003

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Hi all,

   I need to set up a port forward through server 2003, which is a router for a local network, throught RRAS.

   The DSL router has a port forward set up with port to server, and I need to forward that port to another port on the target computer in the network.

   Never done this this way, so help (visual if possible :-)) is welcome. (I have RRAS.)
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