any connect on firewall no responding

i have configured the any connect on the firewall
configured a conection profile
linked with the group policy
created a local user link with connection profile and GP
enable any connect on the outside interface
i have domain  resolved into an ip address

when i put the ip address or
check the internet connectvitity
Please help its urgent as i need to provide solution to the client tomorrow
i have changed the port number where it should respond ex it was port 443 earlier but i have changed it to por 5533
still i get an error "connection attempt timed out , check internet connectivity.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
I do not use this - I use NCP Secure Entry. So I am not sure if I can help.

1. Is this PPtP or IPsec?
2. Please enable logging on the firewall and see what error you get in the log when you try to connect.
3. Do you have the firewall on a different subnet than your client machine?

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Can you ping from the outside world to (or just internally) did you set up that entry on the DNS? Is the DNS connected to the outside? can you ping the ip address from the outside?
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
I used to use Tweakmaster in days of XP and the tweaks did not do anything significant. TCP/IP has gotten better in newer operating systems. If you do make changes, make explicit notes so you can reverse them, and of course, TCP/IP resets any tweaks.
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mohannitinAuthor Commented:
ok, thanks guys.checked the outside interface there are many request going on port 443
and port 443 is used by OWA
therefore i have configured the firewall to respond on port 5553 and DTLS port 5554
it has stated responding now.
mohannitinAuthor Commented:
thanks guys you have given me a clue , where to look for the errors
i have debug the outside interface and looked which port the packets hitting the firewall.
it seems to be resolved now.
Creating a SSL certificate for the outside ip now. :)
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
@mohannitin  - Thanks for the update and I was happy to help.
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