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WAN PAT RDP

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I have a network of 15 windows machines that currently have RDP port forwarded through a mikrotik RouterOS using Dst-nat (destination - nat's) that forward port 3389 to each workstation using the syntax of WAN IP : "unique port number" in the Remote Desktop Connection dialog.  E.g.,  215.93.43.43:60001  lands the RDP protcol on one local workstation, 215.93.43.43:60002 lands the RDP protocol on another, etc....
I thought it would be straight forward to implement this on a Cisco RV 260, but am not seeing a way to tie the RDP svc (port 3389) into port forwarding rules associated with dynamic port numbers that are then forwarded.
Thank you for your help.
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