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Port forwarding SSL on E1200

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I am trying to port forward 443 to a webserver.  Port 80 is forwarded.

If I go to grc.com 80 shows "open" while 443 shows "stealth".

Both are pointing to the same IP address.

This is a Cisco E1200

Although, for the sake of this question, it should not matter, we are using IIS6 (server 20003).
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For info as I deem that you have already configure
http://portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/Cisco/Linksys-E2500/HTTPS.htm

A tool to check port forwarding instead of online to verify
http://portforward.com/help/portcheck.htm
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Thanks... forgot the firewall
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