On 03.01.2004, at 16:29, Tonni Aagesen wrote:
This is where your problem is. Assuming that you are running some kind
of TCP service on port 2222 of your server and want to make that
available to the Internet, you should just use "any" as the source in
your filter rule, without any port numbers. The reason behind this is
that you cannot control which port the client will use on its side.
Consider using the "Auto-add" option when creating a new NAT rule, as
that will take care of setting up a matching filter rule automatically.
You shouldn't have "any" here, but the IP address of your server
I suggest you remove those NAT and filter rules and start again by
creating a new NAT rule with the same settings as before and checking
the "auto-add" option. That should do the trick.