So I've got a Digi IX20 router here that is connected to a Linksys modem. Currently, I've got a direct ethernet connection coming from my laptop to the modem, and the modem also has a connection directly to another source(essentially a laptop - 192.168.2.1). I've set up a port forward rule inside of the router such that if I go through ETH1 (192.168.2.10) at port 9018, it will direct me to 192.168.2.1 at port 9018. It's set up this way so that I can test to see if it works, but I think I read somewhere that you cannot port forward over a LAN interface. I tried switching it so that if I go through the router's public IP at port 9018, it would direct me to the same location. For each of these attempts, I get "Connection timed out" when trying to SSH in for port forwarding. Something to note, I can SSH directly to 192.168.2.1 at port 9018 no problem, but the port forwarding doesn't seem to be working. I've also allowed the connections through the Windows Firewall, so that shouldn't be the issue either. I'm extremely new to this concept as well as the terminology behind it, so anything would be greatly appreciated!