remote.mydomain.com login

I have problem logging in from the Internet with htps://remote.mydomain.com.  I get the login box but I can't authenicate.
remote-login.bmp
chasmx1Asked:
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MCSA2003Commented:
That is not a 2008 login, it appears that your trying to authenicate to a router. Make sure you have the proper ports opened in the router so it will NAT to the 2008 SBS.
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chasmx1Author Commented:
Port 443 is open and our LINKSYS router is passing all traffic to our SBS2008 DC server which is a login endpoint.  Can you be more specific?

Thanks
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MCSA2003Commented:
Try turning off remote management on your router. Just for testing purposes, try logging in with the router admin credentials. I would be willing to bet that it lets you in, and you will be looking at the router admin page.
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chasmx1Author Commented:
I disabled the remote management and now I'm getting a 505 error (see attached).  I finally got the SAN/UCC certificate installed.  Why am I unable to bring up RWW with "https://remote.mydomain.com"?  I can ping it successfully.
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MCSA2003Commented:
Are you trying to access the site from inside the domain? If so, unless you have created the proper dns records, your going to have to do it by internal ip or server hostname. SBS 2008 automatically creates the proper dns records to access the RWW site both internally and externally, but windows 2008 you have to create them manually. If your outside of the domain, what address do you get when you ping remote.mydomain.com? It should resolve to your WAN address. Secondly, have youy created the proper dns records on your web host?
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chasmx1Author Commented:
I am trying it from outside.  The ping to remote.mydomain.com returns one of my ISP assigned static IPs.  I ran the "network connection" and "fix my network" wizards in SBS2008 all the ports required are open and forwarded to the SBS2008 DC.  Thanks
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