06-17-2012 01:49 PM
I am trying to setup the following.
I want to setup a NAT for all incoming TCP/UDP port 4001 requests to send it to private IP 192.168.0.10 on TCP/UDP port 3389.
I can not find a way to do this on the Zoom 5350.
06-17-2012 04:10 PM
In short, you can't using this gateway. What you are referring to is port forwarding (and translation), not "a NAT". Port forwarding is a feature of the NAT-based firewall in the gateway. This particular device looks like it only forwards connections from a numbered port to the same numbered port on the target local system, so translation from 4001 to 3389 (RDP) does not look to to be possible. Other routers do allow this type of functionality, like my Apple Time Capsule.
Best solution is to change the listening port on the target system to 4001 so it matches the incoming connection request, then simply forward port 4001 to the target IP address. Microsoft has a support doc on how to change the RDP port here. Or change the target port used on the originating system to 3389. But since I suspect you changed it to 4001 to get around a firewall or filter restriction, this may not be a viable option.
One caveat, I do NOT have this gateway (nor would I allow any gateway near my network), my information is gleaned from the online 5350 User Manual published by Zoom. See pages 47 and 48 for port forwarding specifics.
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