|Document Date and version||2023.02.08|
|Tested with HL-1GE / HL-4G / HL-4GMV / HLE-4GMV||Supported on version V2.0.17 or above|
|Tested with ONT HALNy HL-4GXV / HL-4GXV-F||Supported on version V3.0.21 or above|
|Tested with ONT HALNy HL-4GQV / HL-4GQVS / HL-4GQVS2||Supported on version V3.0.21 or above|
|Tested with ONT HALNy HL-4GMV2 / HL-4GMV3 / HL-4GMV4 / HL-4GMVR||Supported on version V3.0.21 or above|
Port forwarding is a feature of network address translation (NAT). It allows to redirects a communication request from one address and port number combination to another in situation when packets are traversing a network gateway.
To configure this function, navigate to Advanced -> Advanced NAT.
1. Select the desired TCP/UDP protocol or both.
2. Set the first port of the range to be reached from the top of the network/Internet.
3. Set the last port of the range to be reached from the top of the network/Internet.
4. Set the first port of the range forwarded to the device on the LAN side.
5. Set the IP address of the device to which the traffic is to be forwarded.
6. Set the mapping name.
7. Choose whether to use NAT Loopback.
8. Add a rule.