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peplink 210 router setup RDP

New to Peplink,

coming from Sonicwall and Draytek.

unable to get RDP working feel like a moron.
Tried with firewall inbound rule, tcp 3389 to ip internal, using primary wan1

tried adding TS server under Inbound- Servers, then setting Service setting to tcp 3389 accept any ip or port from outbound. to single ip inbound.

Tried using an extra iP not wan1 to login and change firewall inbound rule.

I really need this to work, the speed fusion bonding is great for internal network, but need remote site to be able to connect any ideas or screenshots would be great.

thanks in advance.
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Avi Leibzon
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PerarduaadastraCommented:
Sections 14.2 and 14.3 in the manual seem to be the ones that cover your model. You say that you've tried adding a TS server under Inbound Servers; is this a predefined type of server in the Peplink, or is it just the type of server you want to connect to?

Have you checked that the target server is actually listening for RDP connections on 3389? The port can be changed, and many sysadmins change it as a matter of course because everyone and his dog knows that 3389 is the default RDP port. You can confirm which port is being used by checking this registry key on the target server:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server\WinStations\RDP-Tcp

Look at the PortNumber value - the number in brackets is the decimal value. If it is something other than 3389 then use that port number when defining the service in the Peplink. If for some reason you'd prefer to stick with 3389 as the RDP listening port then change the value to 3389 and exit regedit. You will have to reboot the server for the change to take effect.
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Avi LeibzonAuthor Commented:
that is a good suggestion but does not help, ISP was the cause, calling them fixed the issue i was having
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Avi LeibzonAuthor Commented:
no solution was provided to me.
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mi3erCommented:
Did you try to upgrade firmware?
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Avi LeibzonAuthor Commented:
thanks found that link with their support. good people on the phone
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