Sophos XG: port forwarding rule

Introduction

In this tutorial, we are going to create an incoming traffic rule by transferring from a specific port (443).

This type of rule is used for:

  • Publish a web server
  • Inbound SMTP
  • Publish POP / IMAP

Prerequisites

Before you start creating the rule, you must add the host to the firewall.

In the case of non-standard port, you must also add the service on the firewall.

Create an Inbound Rule

1. From the web interface, go to Firewall 1 then click on Add firewall rule 2 and choose Business application rule 3 .
Add rule

2. Application model choose DNAT / Full NAT / Load Balancing 1 .
Rule model

3. Configure the rule with the following elements:

1 Name the rule
2 Source : WAN
3 Port/IP source
4 Services (ports)
5 Destination servers
6 Server area (LAN/DMZ…)
7 Check the box to record traffic
8 Click on Save.
Rule config

4. The rule is added 1 .
rule added



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