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Port forwarding on a SIP

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#1 xxoorr


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Posted 21 August 2016 - 04:30 PM

Hello everyone, I've a question about configuring port 5060 on SonicWall TZ300.
How can I open port 5060 and then how can I allow only specific public IP on that port? Sorry for the lame question but I'm still new in the network administrations.
From what I see - first I should create custom address object on a WAN zone with the public IP. 
Second I should create access rule to allow from WAN to LAN with the service - above configured address object, and lastly I should create a NAT policy to translate incoming packets and forward them to the internal networks only on that port. Is this the right approach? Many thanks!!!

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