To use the Port Forwarding features of Speedify, you must have a Speedify for Teams subscription with a Dedicated Server. If you have a regular individual Speedify Unlimited subscription then you can upgrade your subscription with the help of this link: https://support.speedify.com/article/488-how-to-upgrade-my-subscription
One of the benefits of a Dedicated Server is that the combination of port forwarding and the server's static IP address lets you run internet-accessible services on machines which connect to the internet through Speedify.
Port forwarding allows computers on the internet to connect to a service that is actually running on one of your computers which is connected to the Dedicated Server via Speedify. The client request will go to a port on the Dedicated Server, which will then send the request over the bonded and encrypted Speedify connection of the correct connected computer.
It is only available to Speedify for Teams customers who have purchased a Dedicated Server. Requests for forwarded ports when connecting to a public Speed Server are ignored. If you request a port which is already being forwarded to another client of your Dedicated Server, then your attempt to connect fails and you are shown an error message.
To set up port forwarding, click the gear icon on the Dashboard to open the General Settings menu. Then click to expand the Session Settings menu:
Using this interface, you can add new port forwarding rules. Type a port number, select TCP or UDP and then click the + to add another rule.