Port forwarding from ip public to another peplink


Hello we have two peplink with speed fusion layer 3
The pep link hq have public ip
The peplink edge connect to ip camera
We need to reach the ip camera that connect to edge from peplink hq
What i need to configure ip forwarding from peplink hq ip public to pepedge ? And how please attach screenshot


Hi Amospo
On Branch office Peplink:

  • Add a Server under Inbound Access and insert the iP of Camera
  • Add a service where set TCP\UDP Port, with the inbound ip address PepVpn and server the ip of IPCam

On HQ office Peplink:

  • Add a Server under Inbound Access and insert the iP of Camera
  • Add a service where set TCP\UDP Port, with the inbound ip address The WAN with Static Pubblic Ip and server the ip of IPCam


did you have screenshut


Hi Amospo:

Branch Office if you have a small Balance:

HQ Office:
Add New Inbound Server
Add Service


Here’s what I believe is the simplest way to achieve this functionality.


  • Topology: internet <-> peplinkHQ <-PepVPN-> pepedge <-LAN-> webcam
  • Addresses and ports:
    peplinkHQ: WAN IP www.xxx.yyy.zzz
    pepedge: (for this example)
    webcam: (for this example) port 80 (http) (for this example)
    pepedge announces the block on the PepVPN connection (that’s the default)

peplinkHQ knows how to route to addresses on the block, and specifically how to route traffic to the webcam,

Route traffic from the internet to the webcam, specifically, all traffic addressed to www.xxx.yyy.zzz on port 80 is routed to port 80

Thus the URL http://www.xxx.yyy.zzz:80/ should connect with the webcam

Configuration: (in this example peplinkHQ is a fusionhub and pepedge is a Balance 30)

  1. Connect the webcam to the pepedge
  2. Establish the PepVPN link between peplinkHQ and pepedge
  3. Do not mess with pepedge any further
  4. Establish port forwarding of port 80 from the peplinkHQ directly to the webcam.
    On peplinkHQ you will establish the webcam as a server, and then route the http service directly to the webcam. Depending on what the peplinkHQ device is, this can either be set up using port forwarding directly (i.e, the server and the service are both defined in the same pane), or by defining the webcam as a server and then (separately) set up the port forwarding as a service.
    For this example let’s assume that peplinkHQ is a fusionhub, in which case the single-pane port forwarding applies.

And that’s it.

Keep in mind that webcams often require more than one port to be controllable, in which case all the ports need to be forwarded.

If you have more than one webcam that need to be accessible using a single IP address then you need to replace the port forwarding step above with a port mapping instead, where the external port (e.g., 8080) gets mapped to the webcam’s port (i.e., 80 in the example above). I.e., the URL http://www.xxx.yyy.zzz:8080/ would connect with the webcam