Assigned ports explained

IPv4 NAT IP Information
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You have been assigned a range of 20 ports along with your NAT IPv4 address and 1 redirection port for ssh.
The first 20 ports are based on the last octet of your IP, you can use these for anything you want, examples below:

EXAMPLES:
172.16.0.3 has the following port range forwarded: 301 - 320
172.16.0.13 has the following port range forwarded: 1301 - 1320
172.16.10.33 has the following port range forwarded: 3301 - 3320 
172.16.20.133 has the following port range forwarded: 13301 - 13320
172.16.30.7 has the following port range forwarded: 701 - 720
172.16.40.17 has the following port range forwarded: 1701 - 1720
172.16.50.221 has the following port range forwarded: 22101 - 22120


If you intend to connect using IPv4, you also get 1 extra forwarded port to your servers port 22 (default sshd port). This is the added after your allocated ports.
EXAMPLES:
172.16.0.3 has the following port forwarded to port 22: - 321
172.16.0.133 has the following port forwarded to port 22: - 13321
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