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Below we will explain each column of the Port Forwarding tab:


Port Forwarding rules are loaded from top to bottom, so the rules at the top of the table have priority over those below (being possible until they overlap the settings of the low rules).



Port Forwarding


  • Select []: Allows you to select a Port Forwarding policy;
  • Move[]: Allows you to move the Port Forwarding policy;
  • Description: Displays the description of Port Forwarding for identification;
  • Allowed: Displays allowed address objects that have been configured in Port Forwarding - Addition Button;
  • Blocked: Displays blocked address type objects that have been configured in Port Forwarding - Add Button;


 In the Allowed and Blocked columns it is possible to view more details by hovering over the address objects, a list with all the IPs that are part of the object will be displayed, an example follows:



In addition, by clicking on the [] button displayed in this window, it is possible to edit the address object, as shown below:


  • Interface: Determines the IP and the type of interface that Port Forwarding is using;
  • Destination: Displays the destination IP address determined in Port Forwarding - Addition Button;
  • Controls: Displays whether Port Forwarding has been configured to perform SSL Inspection[], Intrusion Prevention[], Threat Blocking[and/or user authentication[];
  • Actions: Provides the following essential actions:


When too much data is entered, exceeding the limit of the table cells and / or in the object details window (mentioned above), scroll bars will appear to facilitate navigation.


For more information on port forwarding, visit this page.

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