ASUS RT-AC66U B1 - Clear automatic Port Forwarding rules on devices no longer in network?

aitch

New Around Here
There seem to be quite a few rules in my Port Forwarding log that I do not remember setting up. They look to have been created automatically, and I cannot track down the .159 and .250 devices at the moment.

These rules are blocking a standard port for Home Assistant (8123), while I can change this default port (I changed to 9123 to troubleshoot). I would like to understand why these rules are here, and if not needed, how to clear them out?

Cheers

Rules here:

Source Destination Proto. Port range Redirect to Local port
ALL ALL UDP 7000:8080 192.168.1.159 7000:8080
ALL ALL UDP 8082:8442 192.168.1.159 8082:8442
ALL ALL UDP 8444:9000 192.168.1.159 8444:9000
ALL ALL TCP 4380 192.168.1.159 4380
ALL ALL UDP 4380 192.168.1.159 4380
ALL ALL TCP 7000:8080 192.168.1.159 7000:8080
ALL ALL UDP 7000:8080 192.168.1.159 7000:8080
ALL ALL TCP 8082:8442 192.168.1.159 8082:8442
ALL ALL UDP 8082:8442 192.168.1.159 8082:8442
ALL ALL TCP 8444:9000 192.168.1.159 8444:9000
ALL ALL UDP 8444:9000 192.168.1.159 8444:9000
ALL ALL TCP 27000:27031 192.168.1.159 27000:27031
ALL ALL UDP 27000:27031 192.168.1.159 27000:27031
ALL ALL TCP 27036:27037 192.168.1.159 27036:27037
ALL ALL UDP 27036:27037 192.168.1.159 27036:27037
ALL ALL UDP 7000:8080 192.168.1.250 7000:8080
ALL ALL UDP 8082:8442 192.168.1.250 8082:8442
ALL ALL UDP 8444:9000 192.168.1.250 8444:9000
ALL ALL TCP 4380 192.168.1.250 4380
ALL ALL UDP 4380 192.168.1.250 4380
ALL ALL TCP 7000:8080 192.168.1.250 7000:8080
ALL ALL UDP 7000:8080 192.168.1.250 7000:8080
ALL ALL TCP 8082:8442 192.168.1.250 8082:8442
ALL ALL UDP 8082:8442 192.168.1.250 8082:8442
ALL ALL TCP 8444:9000 192.168.1.250 8444:9000
ALL ALL UDP 8444:9000 192.168.1.250 8444:9000
ALL ALL TCP 27000:27031 192.168.1.250 27000:27031
ALL ALL UDP 27000:27031 192.168.1.250 27000:27031
ALL ALL TCP 27036:27037 192.168.1.250 27036:27037
ALL ALL UDP 27036:27037 192.168.1.250 27036:27037
 

ColinTaylor

Part of the Furniture
The quickest way to get rid of them would be to reboot the router.

I would assume that they've been setup via UPnP. But that should not be possible because each of the rules for .159 conflicts with the rules for .250 which UPnP will not allow. Strange.
 

aitch

New Around Here
Thanks Colin.
I rebooted recently, but will give it another go. For now I will stick with the non-standard Home Assistant port as a work around, but hopefully can clear up those rogue rules.
 

ColinTaylor

Part of the Furniture
Have you setup any "Game" port forwarding on the router aka "Open NAT"? I don't know whether your router has the Open NAT feature. Some of those ports look like Steam games and/or Counter Strike.
 

aitch

New Around Here
Ah you have just nailed it - that is exactly what is set up. I naively set it up ages ago without giving the devices static IPs.

Thanks so much, I will clean those up!
 

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