Forwarding a port into my LAN

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    Hi people of zeroshell,

    I need to configure zeroshell to forward some ports (80, 23, etc…) into my lan server which has private IP. The problem is that when access from my public IP example., I find my zeroshell webserver listening instead of my internal webserver, what I should do?, I´ve tried to do iptables, but it still doesn´t work. Anybody has any suggestions? a pdf or something to read?.

    Thanks in advance.


    Alfredo. 😀


    You can restrict access to ZS web interface via menu [Setup]->[HTTPS].


    Network -> Router -> Virtual Servers –> then add the static ip of ur internal server and the port used fill in the fields as required interface to listen to protocol local/remote port and remote IP
    to access the ZS from outside u need to add ur ip to the access list that yum pointed you towards then put https://

    hope this helps

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