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Port Triggering
Gaurav Lokhande

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Joined: 26 May 2014 15:08

30 Jun 2014 19:52

Port Triggering

Port Triggering In NAVAN



A type of port forwarding where outbound traffic on predetermined ports sends inbound traffic to specific incoming ports. Port triggering \"triggers\" an open incoming port when a client on the local network makes an outgoing connection to a predetermined port on a server



Following are the steps for configuring Port Triggering in NAVAN :



Step 1:





  • Open your web browser and enter NAVAN WAN IP eg. [192.168.1.101] address in the address bar


  • Enter the SE password








Step 2 :





  • Once logged into NAVAN click on \"Firewall and Security\"








Step 3:





  • Now click on \'Port Triggering\'




Step 4:





  • Click on \'Add\'. A window will appear on your screen


  • In Application – give the service name


  • Tick \'Enable\' parameter


  • In \'Port triggering’ Here you have two option Single or Range

    \'Single\' - Then enter the port to be used as the triggered

    \'Range\' – Enter the range of ports to be used as the triggered




Step 5:





  • Now Configure \'Port Forwarding\' parameter


  • For \'Protocol\' choose TCP, UDP or Both


  • For \'Allow external IP Address\' choose Any or Single




If you want Single IP for which you have triggered a port can only communicate with you than use single otherwise any





  • For \'Forwarding Port Type\' choose Single or Range




If you want single port to be forwarded at the time when single port is triggered then choose single otherwise choose range