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  • in reply to: PAT list limited to 100 entries (Virtual Server) #63877
    tomas.paier
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    Thank you, it will surely help, Fulvio.

    However, it should be better to “reorder” all these numbers (so that 05 80 95 become 01 02 03) every time some insertion in deleted, in order to maintain the list over the years (in some time in the future we will reach any limit, as the numbers are everytime higher and higher…). And even better should be to reorder them in alphabetic order (based i.e. on destination IP), to have the list in order, or even better to add the “Name” to every insertion and then order by this name — now, when there are more then 70 lines (created over the years thus with no specific order), it is something confusing.

    The PortForwarding feature is likely the most used part of Zeroshell in many development offices where the requests are changing rapidly.

    Thank you!
    Tomas

    in reply to: PAT list limited to 100 entries (Virtual Server) #63872
    tomas.paier
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    Is there any news on this topic? On the last 3.8.2 the bug is still there….

    in reply to: PAT list limited to 100 entries (Virtual Server) #54023
    tomas.paier
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    Btw, I think it will be very useful to make some improvement to the Virtual Server page:
    1) add an (optional) Description field – to remember what job that entry was intended to do (I have many entries, sometimes to expose temporary devices to internet, and after some time it’s very hard to remember WHAT server is on WHAT IP. Yes, I’ ve obviously a list of internal IP, but however many of my devices use strange ports and a simple description should help very much)
    2) a possibility to ORDER that list (or maybe also to filter the list) by any column — just to find what a specific port forwards to etc.

    If someone points me to the fileon the Zeroshel filesystem that manages this page I will try do these improvements by myself (and obviously to share these improvements to all)
    Tomas

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