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Help with Routing and Remote Access

Posted on 2003-10-29
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I had an issue with a network card on our server.  I put a new one in and now I am getting some problems.

I know it has to do with Routing and Remote Access, namely the input filters.

Basically, I cannot connect from my pc via VPN to the server as I used to be able to, also we cannot connect to our staging server using cold fusion.

Fix, when I go into the input filters and add one that looks like the following, everything works fine, but our security is terrible.

SourceAddress|SourceMask|DestinationAddres|DestinationMask|Protocol|SourcePort or Type|DestinationPort or Code
         Any              Any                 Any                      Any             TCP               Any                           Any

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Sounds like you need to setup your input filters from scratch for the new network interface.

Only allow the appropriate network or host and applicable ports.

Maybe these can help with setting up the filters...

http://www.windowsitlibrary.com/Content/386/13/8.html

http://www.winnetmag.com/Articles/ArticleID/4525/pg/2/2.html
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by:mmacdougall
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I setup the input filters from scratch, but I must be missing some.  Would you be able to help any further?

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by:JFrederick29
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How do you have the current filters setup?  To allow an entire network or just certain hosts?  Can you post your filters (disguising IP addresses if they are public) and explain what you want accomplished?
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