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Adds images and corrections to Port Forwards doc

Christopher Howard 1 year ago
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@@ -16,8 +16,14 @@ gaming server or a Web page server from your home network.
 
 * Select the `Network` >> `Firewall` menu.
 
+![alt text](images/librecmc-selecting-firewall-menu.png "Selecting the
+ Firewall menu entry")
+
 * Select the `Port Forwards` tab.
 
+![alt text](images/librecmc-selecting-port-forwards-tab.png "Selecting the
+ Port Forwards tab")
+
 * Under the `New Port forward` section, enter in the Name field a
   brief description of the port forward, e.g., "HTTP server" for an
   unencrypted Web page server.
@@ -30,24 +36,34 @@ gaming server or a Web page server from your home network.
 
 * Enter a port number in the `External port` field. Typically this
   will be the usual port number expected for a particular
-  service. E.g., HTTP servers use port 80 and HTTPS servers use port
-  443. You are free to use nonstandard ports, but your remote clients
-  may need to use special techniques to connect to the correct port.
+  service. E.g., HTTP servers use port 80. You are free to use
+  nonstandard ports, but your remote clients may need to use special
+  techniques to connect to the correct port.
 
 * Usually, you will leave the `Internal zone` set to `lan`.
 
-* Select an IP address in the `Internet IP address` drop down menu. If
+* Select an IP address in the `Internal IP address` drop down menu. If
   your server is using DHCP, you should see its hostname appear in the
-  list. Note that if your server is using DHCP, you should be sure
-  LibreCMC has a Static Lease created for it (TODO: link to Static
-  Leases documentation). If your server is has it's private IP address
-  set statically, select the `Custom` option at the bottom of the
-  list, and enter in IP address in the text field that appears.
+  list. If your server is has it's private IP address set statically,
+  select the `Custom` option at the bottom of the list, and enter in
+  IP address in the text field that appears. Note that if your server
+  is using DHCP, you should be sure LibreCMC has a Static Lease
+  created for it (TODO: link to Static Leases documentation).
 
 * Enter a port number in the `Internal port` field. Typically this
   will be the usually port number expected for a particular service,
   unless you have set your server to work through a non-standard port.
 
+![alt text](images/librecmc-port-forwards-entering-parameters.png
+ "Entering parameters for port forwarding")
+
+* Press the `Add` button to the right.
+
+* Press the `Save & Apply` button at the bottom of the page.
+
+![alt text](images/librecmc-port-forwards-after-save-apply.png
+ "Port Forwards view after Save & Apply")
+
 ## Port Numbers
 
 The official IANA port number list is available at

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