Sonicwall TZ15 Port Forwarding

I'm trying to setup port forwarding on our Sonicwall TZ215.

I do not often work with Sonicwall Gateways.

I followed this kb article from Dell/Sonicwall:

I need to open 2 specific TCP & UDP Ports. Nowhere int he istructions or process did I see an option for Port Numbers.

Can anyone help?
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There is an easier method... click on wizards at the top. You will be doing a public server. The only downside to this is that you can only open one port at a time.
Go to "Firewall" > "Service Objects"

Select > "Add" to create the ports you need to create

Once all your ports are created select "Add Group"
Name the group and add the service objects you just created

This allows you to create one rule rather than multiple for each object
You can add them all, or create 1 group for each service (or however you want)

You can now follow the instructions from Sonicwall
nappy_dThere are a 1000 ways to skin the technology cat.Commented:
Hi here is the full support TID on how to configure port forwarding.

Blue Street TechLast KnightCommented:

The reason they are not specifically naming ports in the KB is because they are using standard ones, e.g. HTTP (port 80), etc. As masnrock stated, it also says at the beginning of the article:
Recommendation: The Public Server Wizard quickly configure your SonicWALL to provide public access to an internal server. The Public Server Wizard is the most ambitious and functional wizard developed to date. It simplifies the complex process of creating a publicly and internally accessible server resource by automating above mentioned steps.
If you need ports that SonicWALL doesn't supply by default you can simply create them under Network > Service Objects.

@nappy_d - FYI: you just supplied the same KB that the Questioner posted in his question.

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