is port forwarding is possible with 1 to many NAT,.?

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is port forwarding is possible with 1 to many NAT,.?

Hi All,.

is port forwarding is possible with 1 to many NAT,.? if yes,.how to configure? please help me,..

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Guru

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Gururaj,

1. Create a service with the destination port you want (example RDP TCP port 3389)

2. Create a NAT rule S zone=untrusted> D zone=untrusted> D address=your public IP> Service=RDP> D translation=private IP/port 3389.

3. Create a security policy S zone=untrusted> D zone=trusted> D address= your public IP> srvices=RDP> Action=all.

See if that helps..

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Gururaj,

1. Create a service with the destination port you want (example RDP TCP port 3389)

2. Create a NAT rule S zone=untrusted> D zone=untrusted> D address=your public IP> Service=RDP> D translation=private IP/port 3389.

3. Create a security policy S zone=untrusted> D zone=trusted> D address= your public IP> srvices=RDP> Action=all.

See if that helps..

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I dont think PA currently supports 1 to many NAT meaning (for example) incoming TCP80 is nated to two or more servers on the inside.

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If you wish to setup port forwarding, that is fine, but when you configure Many to One, dynamic IP and port (Source NAT) then it is not possible to forward ports at the same time, as that information would most likely be changed.

If this is a feature that you feel would add to the product, and would like this to be added, then it is recommended to communicate with your local SE and have them submit a feature request for this.

Have a Great Day!

Stay Secure,
Joe
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Hi

i want to do port forwarding and tried the steps described above ,but its not working.

 

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