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RV180 port forwarding

Ok, after reading this forum, and several others, I got port forwarding working, Sort Of.

 

It doesn't work the way I want it to, or that it used to with a different router...

 

I want to forward any incoming traffic on port 8080 to a particular IP address in my lan with a different port.

 

ie... 8080>> 192.168.1.39:80

 

Right now I have working

 

8080 >> 192.168.1.39:8080

 

Problem is, everything ELSE (on the LAN) expects the server to be on port 80.  How do I forward to a DIFFERENT Port #?

 

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Port Forwarding allows an

Port Forwarding allows an administrator to funnel certain traffic to a specific port. Port forwarding also allows specific services to be performed on specific ports increasing network security. This article explains how to configure port forwarding settings on the RV180 and RV180W VPN Routers.

http://sbkb.cisco.com/CiscoSB/GetArticle.aspx?docid=7a1d3bd931454f02a1a17778a1474b6a_Port_Forwarding_on_the_RV180_and_RV180W_VPN_Routers.xml&pid=2&converted=0

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This could be causing your issues.

CSCuc72086 Description—Port forwarding in regards to port range does not work.

                    Workaround—Use a single port instead of a port range

check the similar issue:

https://supportforums.cisco.com/discussion/11559191/rv180-port-forwarding