Port Forwards between versions

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rockyd
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Port Forwards between versions

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I have found what file the Port Forwards are stored in 1.12.0 and tried copying them in to the same file on 1.13.0. They seem to work, would there be any issue with doing that?

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Re: Port Forwards between versions

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No it won't work doing that unless you add

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option family 'ipv4'
to each port forwarding rule.

The firewall changed massively, I would not recommend doing what you're doing.
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rockyd
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Re: Port Forwards between versions

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I did a test rule in 1.13 and compared it to the 1.12 rule, I did not see
option family 'ipv4'
for some reason. I have just done the test rule again, and I do see it now.
Strangely the port forwards still worked without it. By worked my web server was still reachable, through the 1.13 gargoyle.
I also messed around with going to my web server via the ipv6 address, which seemed to work. Discovered my Octoprint server was reachable via IPV6, which its not supposed to be so need to suss out what I need to do block that from being online.

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Re: Port Forwards between versions

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Nevermind, i added code to handle the lack of family to semi support migrating from 1.12-1.13, i forgot i did that.

I still don't think it is a great idea.
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