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Draytek 2820 port 443 not responding

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Hi,
I want to do a port forward for port 443 to a specific internal ip - fairly straightforward generally speaking, but -its not responding. The port forward is enabled - The management interface ports are totally different so there is , or should be no clash there.

other than put the port in an ip address not sure what else I should do - cant telnet to the ip on port 443  -so - looking for some advice please

thanks
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by:pabby0612
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Hang on....the internal ip address thats being forwarded to -does it need to have the router that the forwarding is set  - as its own default gateway? Thanks
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Did you configure the port forwarding rule under NAT > Open Ports , or NAT > Port Redirection?

Is the device you're forwarding to a windows machine?  If so, firewall.

The default gateway on the server is irrelevant, it just needs to  be on the same physical network segment (and the correct IP and subnet...)
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"Hang on....the internal ip address thats being forwarded to -does it need to have the router that the forwarding is set  - as its own default gateway? Thanks"

Yes if it isn't then its responses will be sent to what ever gateway it has set.

The default gateway on the server is irrelevant, it just needs to  be on the same physical network segment (and the correct IP and subnet...)

Incorrect.
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Ooops. Plug1 is, of course, correct.

Sorry.
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HI Sorry for delay - I cant do this anymore - due to the gateway needing to change -which cant happen due to some other stuff which is too long winded to go into...bottom line - I cant change this gateway at the moment - so I have to call the whole thing off for now - thanks for your  advice - I am a big fan of experts-exchange and will be back again soon, no doubt!
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project called off and so answers no longer required
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