I have an rv180 and I'm trying to set up a custom service that contains both multiple disjoint ports (some UDP some TCP), as well as a TCP port range. This has lead me to a couple of questions.
1) Is it even possible to have a single custom service with disjoint ports? Is it just going to be necessary to define multiple partial services for this?
2) Is it possible to forward a range of ports? It's clear how to define a service with a port range, but the port forwarding table interface only allows me to select one LAN-side port for any service. Is there a secret notation that I need to do here that will just forward to the same LAN-side port as the WAN-side port---effectively one-to-one NAT forwarding, but just for the selected service?
1) Unfortunately, it looks like you have to set up custom services for each set of disjointed ports, and then create forwarding rules for each custom port.
2) I'm not 100% sure I followed your question, but I think I got the gist. Port forwarding will forward traffic on the specific port (service) from your wan public IP to your designated private IP address (destination IP). You can restrict access by schedule or IP ("source users" - by host or range). Since it sounds like you're going to have multiple custom services, you'll need to create a port forwarding configuration for each service.