In this post, you will see how to create a port alias in pfsense. Ports alias feature is really useful when you have services that use multiple ports and want to make the administrative task easier.
The port alias is a group of ports and you can call it in many places in the pfsense firewall, such as NAT rules, OpenVPN rules, firewall rules, LAN rules, WAN rules …
How to create port aliases in pfsense via webGUI
Go to firewall, then click aliases.
Select the ports tab and click Add to create a new alias.
In the properties area, give a name to the alias, a description to help you identify the port alias but it is optional.
In the Port (s) area, enter the port number, a description or if a common network port numbers the port name but it is optional. To enter a new port, click on “Add port”.
When you are done, click save.
Now, if you need to use ports for a web server, you can use the alias ports (webserver) you just created.
Video to show you how to create a port alias in pfsense
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