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Routing ANd Remote Desktop Port forwarding Problem

Posted on 2006-10-26
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My problem is that it seems like routing and remote access port settings to forward ports is only working for windows machines. I can set ports for RDP and they work. But when I set ports for my AS400 telnet it dosn't work from the outside but it works from the inside. same thing with my camera system too. It use to all work when I used a hardware router. BUt now I have two nics one with internet and the other plugs into my switch. I do not understand why it will not open them other ports PLease help
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by:Skunny
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Routing ANd Remote Access Is what I ment to say
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by:pdxsrw
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You have your ISP provided equipment - then a hardware router - then your external SBS NIC and then your internal SBS NIC and that plugs into your switch ..and the workstations into the switch...is that right?

Or did you take the hardware router out of the picture?

- pdxsrw
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by:Skunny
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you are right and yes i took the old router off the network and now use the dhcp and nat on sbs but i know the port stuff is working for rdp but no none windows apps is what im seeing
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by:manicsquirrel
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Can you post an IPCONFIG /all from your server?
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by:Skunny
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Well I fixed the problem by using a hardware router. and all port's work great now.
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