TL-ER6120 / TL-ER6020 Forwarding Same TCP/UDP Port to Different Servers

TL-ER6120 / TL-ER6020 Forwarding Same TCP/UDP Port to Different Servers
TL-ER6120 / TL-ER6020 Forwarding Same TCP/UDP Port to Different Servers
2016-09-29 13:13:10
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Hi All,

TL-ER6120 / TL-ER6020 Forwarding Same TCP/UDP Port to Different Servers

We have 14 active WAN IP addresses (32 total) and 43 active LAN IP addresses (8 physical, 35 Virtual servers, ~150 max needed). Need to forward the same ports based on the destination WAN IP address to specific LAN IP addresses. Some WAN IP's send different ports to many different LAN servers, some WAN IP's map to one LAN IP, plus some of the ports need to be "translated" to other ports.

So depending on which WAN IP address port 80 is destined for determines which LAN IP address it sends it to. Currently port 80 is used on 11 different WAN IP's.

Oh, don't care which WAN connection it comes in on since it always needs to get to the correct server.

Can this be do with these routers and if so, can you please point me to the docs?

TIA,
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Re:TL-ER6120 / TL-ER6020 Forwarding Same TCP/UDP Port to Different Servers
2016-10-01 22:19:00
I'm not exactly sure how the TP-Link handles this. But I would say form a basic network understanding you will need to create policy based Bandwidth control routing for the LAN side of the WAN IP it pointsfrom/to, and use external to internal port designations. So say, WAN address 76.x.x.x.x points to 192.168.2.10, all traffic from 2.10 to 76.x.x.x.x. Port forwards would be external 8080 to LAN IP 192.168.2.10 Internal port 80. Nex,t external 8081 to LAN IP 192.168.2.11 port 80

I know you are looking for docs to help but this should give you an idea and get you on the right path until someone posts with the location of the holy grail. Until then it's a waiting game. I have figured out most of my issues before I ever get an answer here or form TP-Link support.
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