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   * Configure the DMZ zone as per this screenshot [[attachment:HuaweiEnableWANPing.png]]
   * Configure the router to respond to ping on the WAN port as per this screen shot [[attachment:HuaweiDMZConfiguration.png]]
   * Configure the DMZ zone as per this screenshot [[attachment:HuaweiDMZConfiguration.png]]
   * Configure the router to respond to ping on the WAN port as per this screen shot [[attachment:HuaweiEnableWANPing.png]]

Typical Port Forwarding Required for Support of ZLS Linux servers

Port Forwarding for ZLS Linux Servers

Description

Protocol

External Port

Internal Port

Ping

ICMP

8

8

DynDNS , Monitoring

UDP

58800

58800

Open VPN

UDP

1194

1194

Open VPN

TCP

1194

1194

Auth

TCP

113

113

Ssh

TCP

22

22

Alternate ssh

TCP

2022

2022

Webmail etc

TCP

80

80

Alternate http

TCP

81

80

HTTPS

TCP

443

443

POP3

TCP

110

110

POP3s

TCP

995

995

IMAP

TCP

143

143

IMAPs

TCP

993

993

SMTP

TCP

25

25

Submission

TCP

587

587

SMTPs

TCP

465

465

Note: additional ports may be required on individual sites.

Port Forwarding in Huawei LTE Routers using "DMZ" Settings

  • This will forward All Protocols and All Ports to the nominated "DMZ IP".
  • The above screenshots were made and tested with a Huawei router with the following details:

Device name

B315s-936

Hardware version:

WL1B310TM02

Software version:

21.311.03.00.1232

Other devices can be expected to behave differently.

Office: Support/ZLSPortForwarding (last edited 2015-09-23 12:23:12 by Ian)