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Remote routing and Access on server 2003 Firewall

Hi,

I have a 2003 server setup as a DC with routing and remote access enabled, which I believe controls the firewall . I need to check if the firewall is blocking a specific internal port on the LAN. I cannot see any where to allow specific ports configuration within RRAS.

Note: in RRAS Server->IP Routing->NAT/Firewall the interface type: is set to Private interface to private interface. does this mean that the there is no firewall setup?


Your advice and expertise will be very appreciated.
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Nagendra Pratap SinghDesktop Applications SpecialistCommented:
What port you think is getting blocked?

Is it a multihomed DC?
MS recommends against such a setup (in case you have alternatives).
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coreccAuthor Commented:
We are having issues with some GFI software and the issue looks to be down to port 1116 being blocked on the server.

I have inherited the 2003 setup which has a single network card and one IP address but RRAS is setup but I cannot see for what reason.
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coreccAuthor Commented:
I use disabled RRAS as we do not use VPNs and we do not have 2 network cards. MS do not recommend RRAS to be setup on a single network card setup. This allowed me to activate the firewall and solve the issue
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coreccAuthor Commented:
Disabling RRAS alloed me to manage the firewall which I could not do withing RRAS
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