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Possible Bug??

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by 1998chevy1500, Oct 13, 2007.

  1. 1998chevy1500

    1998chevy1500 LI Guru Member

    EDIT: The forum for some reason compacted the tables I made so I will use the _ to replace the spaces.
    I am having a little trouble with some port forwarding settings. Here is the section of the port forwarding I am having trouble with.

    Port Forwarding

    On___Proto_____Src Address_____ExtPorts___IntPorts____IntAddress
    On___TCP_____________________22____________________192.168.1.160
    On___TCP_____________________443________22_________192.168.1.160


    If you look at the lines, the first one works just fine, Tomato takes port 22 and forwards it on to port 22 of 192.168.1.160
    However the second one does not work it should be taking a request on 443 and passing to to port 22 on 192.168.1.160

    I have tested that whenever I put something in the IntPorts column that Tomato will not forward the port.

    Examples that do NOT forward
    On___Proto______Src Address_____ExtPorts___IntPorts____IntAddress
    On___TCP______________________80_________80_________192.168.1.160
    On___TCP______________________22_________22________192.168.1.160
    On___TCP______________________8080_______80_________192.168.1.160

    I could very well be doing something wrong, however this is how I had it setup when I was running 1.07 and it did work. Now I am running 1.10 and it will not work. The only thing I can think of is that I did not clear my nvram when upgrading from 1.09 to 1.10

    Conrad
     

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