Remote Access to vCenter Appliance

I want to be able to access my vCenter box using either the vSphere client or web client from outside of the network. In the past I have forwarded port 443 but I only seem to be able to connect to the hosts not vCenter. I am using the Linux appliance.
I am forwarding the following ports:
I have verified the ports are open with telnet, but connection using vSphere client and web client fails. Is there extra configuration I need to do on the appliance to allow access?

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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
those look like the correct ports, they are also here

with just 9443 TCP open, you should be able just to connect with a Web Browser...

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V0LUMEAuthor Commented:
Just remapped the port forwarding and its working now. Not sure why I couldn't get this to working before. Wanted to get this fixed before my holiday tomorrow, just in case I need to login to any VMs. Must of been user error!

V0LUMEAuthor Commented:
my colleague said that maybe a service wasn't running on the appliance when I tried this before, as its strange that both the vSphere client & web client didn't work before. I've done reboots and updates to vCenter since then so that probably fixed it.
Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
Glad it's all working

Mapping ports, can be treoublesome, last time, I could not see I type an 8 for a 3!
V0LUMEAuthor Commented:
haha I agree! Thanks again
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