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madhusudan

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Hi ,

I have created a one service as abc and opened ports from 3000 to 5000 .
I have set rule like
Range of Ip Address Internet --> service ---> abc But this rule not wornking .

Any Ideas how to open ports?
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I asume you have a service 'abc' running on the firewall which is listening to ports 3000 - 5000. I asume it is TCP traffic.

define a service at configuration / definitions / services
name: abc
protocol: TCP
protocol inspector: none
source port: any
destination port: in range from 3000 to 5000
description: my abc service

Create the following traffic rule:
name: service abc
source: network connected to interface 'internet'
dest: firewall
service: abc
action: allow
log: packets and connections
translation: none
valid on: always
protocol inspector: default

If your service is using UDP change this in the service. If its using TCP/UDP change this in the service.

If your service is running on a machine inside your LAN change the traffic rule to the following:
name: service abc
source: network connected to interface 'internet'
dest: firewall
service: abc
action: allow
log: packets and connections
translation: destination NAT, translate to: internal ip address of pc running service (shows in the list as MAP <ip>)
valid on: always
protocol inspector: default


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