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Ports to be open

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I have a client with an SBS server and a remote office that will be connecting with RPC/HTTP, OWA, and RWW, just wondering what ports need to be open on the router.
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Hi Dinga84,

443 and 25 are the only ports you will need open.  I *think* you will also need 4125 open for RWW (as per the following link)

http://msmvps.com/blogs/kwsupport/archive/2004/10/31/17438.aspx

Hope that helps,

-red
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TCP or UDP?
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Sorry, should have said that, all TCP.

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Thats whati have open, god knows why this damn thing wont work.
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What are you trying to get working?
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I think its the router at the location of the server playing up, ill sort it out eventually.
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You sure?  I am happy to help :)
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Thanks but should be fine, ill ask a question if i get stuck.
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No worries, good luck mate

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Cheers again Jeff.

Ended up a restart seems to have solved all my issues. :S
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