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Nnyan

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Hello,

Having a problem getting websites that are accessed via a port number (EX: 192.168.104.43:8080/something.jsp ) to work. I've tried all sorts of wildcard variations and nada. Putting in the exact URL doesn't work either.

Now some of these sites will redirect to a slightly different URL but adding these in too doesn't seem to help.

Any ideas?
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feite

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Do you have traffic rules that allow HTTP traffic on other than port 80 (like 8080 in the sample). If not add traffic rules for those ports.
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Nnyan

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I don't have those rules, how exactly do I go about doing that? I added a new rule with those ports but I'm not sure how to tell it to allow http over various ports.
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source: lan
dest: internet
services: HTTP, HTTPS, port=8080, port=..., etc...
action: allow
translation: NAT default outgoing interfacce
protocol inspector: HTTP
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