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I have try to setup a WEB server that was located in the private LAN. I would like to do the translation but not success. May I know the following steps is correct?

My FW have 3 interface
Public NIC: (<-Sample)
Private LAN:

Web server information
Private IP:
Port: 80
Serve Public Internet as:

Below is the steps that I have to do:
1.) Add the IP in the Windows Network TCP/IP Config
2.) Add a new rule in kwf Name: Temp, Source: Any, Destation:, service: HTTP, Action: Permit, Transulation: MAP
3.) Apply the rule

I have try to browse from public internet and it have the error message as: "Connection to server failed (The server is not responding.)"

I have make sure that I can successful browse from the kwf machine by using

Does any config I was missed?

Thanks a lot!

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What if you make this rule the first rule in the rule set? Perhaps some other rule is currently 'in the way', as the rule order does make a difference.

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I have put this rule as the first rule and the secondary rules is Any, Any and Any Service.


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U must have 2 rules:

1) portmap from public ip ( to www server in DMZ
2) NAT rule, which translate packets from dmz www server to public ip (


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