How to Configure Port Forwarding
- Access the port forwarding rules in .
- Click Create forwarding rule.
Result: The port forwarding properties page is displayed.
- Enter the details of your port forwarding rule.
Option Description Protocol Select the protocol type of your incoming and outgoing connection. You can specify SSL, CSSL, or TCP. To translate SSL connections to TCP, and thus behave as an SSL proxy for applications that are not SSL-enabled, set one end to SSL and the other end to TCP. IP Address The IP address from which (In) or to which (Out) you want to forward communication. Port The port on which the computer is listening for communication (In) or to which it tries to forward data (Out). IP address filter profile Select a profile filter to restrict incoming connections to the corresponding port forwarding rule. Defer Specify a timeout value for a special condition. When one end of the connection has been closed, but the other is still open, the Port Forwarding Server (PFS) will wait this much time for the open end of the connection to be closed. It will then close the connection itself. Timeout This setting lets you specify how long the PFS will hold a connection open with no data going through it in either direction. When the amount of time specified here is reached and the connection is idle, both ends of the connection will be closed gracefully. Description Specify a remark associated with the port forwarding item. This will be displayed on the main screen. Enabled The status of the port forwarding rule.
- Click Apply.