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. 200.23.2.211, 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.

    Greetings.

    Alfredo. 😀

    #48878

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

    #48879

    JC
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    try:
    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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