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Below we will exemplify how to create some redirection policies.


 This feature configures the "Forwarding" policies with permitted traffic, based on the Source / Destination and Ports IP addresses defined in the respective DNAT policy;


Some details will not be considered in this example, if you want more information, see this page.


Example: Remote access to the camera server


This example shows access to a camera server and will be released from the configuration of 3 specific policies.


Remote Access to IP Camera and Port Server

Remote IP

199.99.99.99

Ports

UDP 4500:5500

Local IP

192.168.254.174

 

Policy 1


When accessing the configuration form, we will fill in the fields according to the specifications defined in the example policy.

  • Interface: eth2 - 199.99.99.99;
  • Protocol: UDP;
  • Port / Range: 4500:5500;
  • Redirect To: IP address = “192.168.254.174/32” and Port: 4500: 5500;
  • Description: “Camera Server - UDP range”.


Port Forwarding - Policy 1


Then click []. 


After saving, for the routing to take effect, it will be necessary to access the command queue [] and apply the changes made. For more information on the command queue access the page: UTM - Command Queue.


After performing these procedures, the policy will have been successfully configured.


Policy 2


When accessing the configuration form, we will fill in the fields according to the specifications defined in the example policy.

  • Interface: eth2 - 199.99.99.99;
  • Protocol: TCP;
  • Porta / Range: 80;
  • Redirect toIP address = “192.168.254.174/32” and Port: 80;
  • Description: Web server - Port 80”.


Port Forwarding - Policy 2

 

Then click [].


After saving, for the routing to take effect, it will be necessary to access the command queue [] and apply the changes made. For more information on the command queue access the page: UTM - Command queue.


After performing these procedures, the policy will have been successfully configured.

 


Policy 3


When accessing the configuration form, we will fill in the fields according to the specifications defined in the example policy.

  • Interface: eth2 - 199.99.99.99;
  • Protocol: TCP;
  • Port / Range: 443;
  • Redirect toIP address = “192.168.254.174/32” and Port: 443;
  • Description: Client portal access”.


Port Forwarding - Policy 3


Then click [].


After saving, for the routing to take effect, it will be necessary to access the command queue [] and apply the changes made. For more information on the command queue access the page: UTM - Command queue.


After performing these procedures, the policy will have been successfully configured.


At the end of the configurations exemplified in the actions field of the column do not forget to enable the registered policies, for that, click on enable [].


This concludes the example, below we will detail the removal button.

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