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Port forwarding

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Hi,

I need same help with port forwarding (Im new in this)

I want to forward external port 5078 from static public IP address to port 5060 on local IP address 192.168.168.200

 

If possible help step by step thank you very much
 
Best
Danijel
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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Hello @NET123 

 

Kindly refer below articles. These will definitely help you.

 

Destination NAT with Port Translation Example (paloaltonetworks.com)

Video Tutorial: How to Set Up Port Forwarding when Configuring ... - Knowledge Base - Palo Alto Netw...

 

If you still have any difficulties in understanding it, please confirm.

I would be happy to help. Thank you!

M

Hi SutareMayur,

many thx for your reply, if possible a little clarification.

I have two static public IP addresses with different local networks

I want to connect the IP phone in branch offfice to the central in the head office. On firewall in head office I was created NAT and security rule

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as far as I can see, everything ends in a drop I'm not doing something well

Many thx on help

 

Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Hello,

Looks like several issues according you your screenshot:

1. The highlighted zone needs to be the internal zone the IP 192.xx.xx.xx lives in

OtakarKlier_0-1707426519616.png

 

2. The firewall reads policies top down left to right so your policy 7 will block all traffic and never hit policy 8 (just move policy 7 to the bottom. Also change the highlighted zone to the internal zone the 192.xx.xx.xx system lives in.

OtakarKlier_1-1707426606676.png

 

Regards,

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