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I have 5 external IP's from my ISP. I have setup the .158 as the main IP address.
I have added .156 en .157 as additional IP's (Interfaces - Additional Address). I have forwarded HTTPS from the main address to my internal server. Now i am trying to also forward HTTPS to .157, i get the error:
"The NAT rule object cannot use service group objects for the destination service attribute"
So my question is, is it not possible to forward HTTPS (or any other port) to an additional IP when the same port is forwarded from the main external IP address?
Nick, see #5 in Rulz.
Are you saying that you want to forward .158 to .157? What do you expect to gain from that?
Cheers - Bob
No i made the mistake to try to put TCP and UDP ports in 1 group. Thanks for your reply tho.
So this topic can be closed by a moderator.
In reply to Nick Janssen:
You can put TCP and UDP ports in a group, Nick - there's no reason not to do so.
Cheers - Bob
In reply to BAlfson:
Bob, the error i stated in my startpost came after i tried to creat a group with 443 (tcp) and 3391 (udp). When i added the two ports seperatedly it worked perfectly.
Did you read #5 in Rulz, Nick?