I have a static IP address, I have SBS 2008 installed and working. All the wizards have been done. I have exchange 2007 working, sending mail out to external addresses, and receiving back in again (using smarthost), and I have remote RDP access working.
I have done port forwarding for 25, 443, 987, 80, etc... to the SBS server's internal IP.
I have tried https://remote.mydomain.co.uk
internally, and this works 100% I can access the RWW portal, check mail for users etc... but as soon as I try externally, it doesn't work
I have run the wizard to configure this as https://remote.mydomain.co.uk
and I have also gone to my domain control panel, and setup an A-record for remote.mydomain.co.uk to point to my static IP address.
I've tried everything with this and it's driving me nuts... :(
I've looked at this post...
...which points to a solution here... (Copied my question intro from here also as it's exactly the same as my problem..)
...but they were using a Thompson Router, I'm using Draytek 2930 router and I've opened ports 25, 987, 80 and 3389.
It works great internally using the external address https://remote.mydomain.co.uk/Remote/
But external, I get an error, see screen shot 1, Suggesting a router issue...?
If I use my https://w.a.n.i.p/remote
I get another error, see screen shot 2, Suggesting an IIS problem...?
I've done nearly 3 dozen SBS 2008 setup's and I can do them in my sleep, this is my first SBS 2008...
RWW is the most popular productive feature to external users, and it won't work... AARRRGGHHH..!
If anyone can help I would be very grateful