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Port forwarding Watchguard - WSM Policy Manager

Good day-
I'm attemtping to forward port inbound requests on port 80 to internal port 16000 for viewing of a DVR camera system.  Can someone guide me over policy manager? I'm not understanding the kb from watchguard.

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Craig
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
what you are asking for is how to set up port forwarding
Try this article and feel free to ask questions if you get stuck
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craigAuthor Commented:
here's where I'm at stuck.  I set a SNAT for port 80 and attached it to http server policy.  but actually need to forward 16000 and 16001 to the IP.  stumped novice
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
forward from any port 80 to 192.168.x.x. port 16000? and
forward from any port 80 to 192.168.x.x. port 16001

you can't you can only forward 1 port to 1 port
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craigAuthor Commented:
first, I'm not working on watchguard system manager
. I have not used the Web UI.  in policy manager.  

I'm unsure if there is a risk switching back and forth.

should be port 16000 to 16000
                  port 16001 to 16001 simple enough?
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craigAuthor Commented:
Thanks for you time.  Sorry I left this question OPEN.  I had to create a custom rule....was using standard forwards.
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