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Hello, our electric went out, now on one is able to VPN into our network. I went into the VPN server and it says it is running. Any ideas?
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by:Stephen Manderson
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Has your router reset ? Check your ADSL?Cable modem settings or try a reboot of the device via the power switch.
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My router reset - I got VPN working again. Now OWA isn't working. I opened the port 443 and forwarded it to our exchange server and still not working. Any ideas?
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Does the OWA work internally?

http://servername/exchange ?

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Try do a port range forward to the server ip from 443 to 443.
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Not sure how to do that. When I try my OWA it takes me to the firewall and that's outside of the network.
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