How to access my server behind firewall over the internet?

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I am using a Sonicwall 1260 and have a single public IP address. I would like to map this single IP address to multiple servers behind the firewall. ..so I can remotely connect to the servers of the internet, Please help.
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yes you can, it's a matter of forwarding the correct ports.

Since you posted this in the "Microsoft" forum, i'd guess that you plan on using Remote Desktop?

Port 3389 is the default port but I'd recommend changeing this to some random port.... Tutorials can be found if you google it.
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Thanks bro,
I post on the wrong topics,
but where should i creat the port? on the server or the firewall?
I appreciate
yes I want to us remot access
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On the firewall. Firewalls are designed to block access to ports. If you need ports open then you need to open them.
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and also the router, it will probably have a simple firewall built in. I set up dmz on any machines I intend on using as servers and let their own firewalls handle the protection.
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Check this out. It's Sonicswalls own user Forum...... lots of information in there about Sonicwall specific stuff

https://forum.sonicwall.com/

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