How to configure a Netscreen 5 series to allow MS Terminal Service

Posted on 2004-09-28
Last Modified: 2013-11-21
I have a Netscreen 5XGT firewall that is in NAT mode, and I need to gonfigure it to allow me to acces a Windows 2000 Server using Terminal Service.... How do I do this ?

Question by:Thornton44
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Expert Comment

ID: 12172458
I don't understand if the network looks like this:

Your PC ----->  Netsceen -----> Internet ------> Terminal Server

Or do you mean the terminal server is behind the netscreen?

Internet -----> Netsceen ----> Terminal Server

Anyway, you need make sure that port 3389 is unblocked the whole way and forwarded to the server at the server end.

Author Comment

ID: 12173627
The problem is My PC ----->Internet------>Netscreen-------->W2K Terminal server.
I'll try again, but there is something I'm missing in the Netscreen config. I can TS just fine behind the a 192.x.x.x space.

Author Comment

ID: 12175918
Okay, this is all about punching a hole in the Netscreen in NAT mode.....I hope I never run into one of these things again....

Expert Comment

ID: 12179704
If you are sharing an IP address (nat mode), you need to configure the netscreen for port forwarding, from the external address (ie. the one from your isp) on port 3389 to the private ip of your server (eg on port 3389.

Accepted Solution

ccceqo2 earned 500 total points
ID: 12180187
You might need to connect up the the com port of the netscreen to get to the CLI.

Reference manual here:

Happy reading.

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