Cisco Routers :: RV042G - Port Forwarding To 2 Different Destinations Based On Incoming Wan Port
Apr 22, 2013
how to: port forwarding to 2 different destinations based on incoming WAN port
The default HTTP service works fine: TCP80/80-> 192.168.0.55
I have a couple of IP security camera's I'd like to be able to access remotely that also listen on port 80. I tried TCP & UDP 8009/8009-> 192.168.0.9 without any luck. Not sure how to handle the port redirects on the RV042G? Seems simple and was on the Symantec, could be user training :-)
I was able to do port redirect with the Symantec Firewall I'm replacing.
I have recently separated a few sites that I operate, into multiple virtual machines, all with their own IP.Basically, site A is located on for instance www.siteA.com, Site B is located on blog.domain.com etc etc. So my question is, how do I (with the Cisco RV220W), forward port 80 based on host?[URL]
I have a licensing server. Other computers need to turn on a program, they send a message to the licensing server, and it responds that they have permission to run.Until today the licensing server was plugged into its own ethernet wall socket and configured with a static IP address. Today I put a router into that wall socket and now the server's plugged into the router.The router (WRT-54G) was set to the static IP - and now the internet on its network works. I set all ports to be forwarded to the server's internal IP address - and now my programs can detect and ping it. But now the server won't send back permissions to use licensed software, or even reply with a list of the software which it can license.
I've set up port forwarding from an external port (9000) to an internal port (80) on our SRP541W, and for some reason, it's not working externally. If I access the public address from within the internal network, it works properly.
Recently setting up a RV042G for my SOHO. Everything seems to be fine except for SSL port forwarding. I know the router's external static IP is reachable because I test it out with remote management functionality from an external IP. Port forwarding also works correctly because I have other behind the router servers in both UDP and TCP working flawlessly. PPTP VPN also works corrrectly. What I can't get it to run is an Apache server. Looks to me RV042G kind of drop all SSL or HTTP ports from the WAN side.
- 4 port forward rule under "Setup/forwarding" for 80/8080/443 and 8443 all to the webserver with a static IP.
- Firewall page I have Firewall, SPI, DoS enabled.
- Added a firewall rules to allow all HTTP and HTTPS traffic from WAN1 to the webserver static IP.
- Toggle Block WAN Request, HTTPS and multicast does not affect the result.
- Toggle and mapping the remote management port to other port beside 443 does not affect the result.
The same setup will works corretly under my old Netgear FVS router. Am I missing something in RV042G setup?
Each of the 2 WAN ports on my RV042G has its own dedicated public IP address. I would like to set up the router so that all incoming traffic on WAN1 is always routed to a specific server (=LAN IP), and vice versa, that particular server's outgoing. Internet traffic is always sent through WAN1.
It has to be controlled by IP address as the system in question is not directly connected to the router, there is a switch in between.
Just purchased a Cisco RV110W for our small business. We were told this was easy for us to use and secure enough for our small office and for our travelling sales staff to access our website.
We purchased 2 dedicated IP-addresses, 220.127.116.11 for access to one server, and 18.104.22.168 for access to a second server (these IP-Addresses given are just an example; not real).
These come into the single RV110W WAN port. The two servers are plugged into 2 of the 4 LAN ports.
But the WAN setup page only accepts one WAN IP-Address. So when we put in 22.214.171.124, the outside world can HTTPS into one server, but we don't know how to get them to HTTPS to the second server when the other staff uses 126.96.36.199.
In summary, how to use the RV110W admin panel to forward the HTTPS/SSL traffic from 188.8.131.52 to one server (setup internally on 192.168.10.20), and the HTTPS/SSL traffic from 184.108.40.206 to the other server (setup internally on 192.168.20.20 using the VLAN setup on this router)?
Is it possible to create a service which will forward public port 9010 to an internal IP address with port 23?First of all, I do not like to open the public Telnet port to the inside so I would use another public port and second my ISP does not allow some public ports beneath port 80?
I have a customer with a Sonic wall that I want to replace with a 521.He currently has port forwaring setup so that only 3 ip addresses can access the port forward. Everyone else is dropped. Is there a way to do something similar?I can make it work for a single one via the DMZ tab with a source ip address. but there is not a way I can find to add the allow for the other two remote connections.
I can SSH from the internet to my ASA on default port 22, directly to my public IP. I can SSH from the internet to my Cisco 1841 on port 2001. I can not however, SSH to my Cat 2960. From what i can tell, on the Cat2960 i can't change the default port 22 for SSH to different port, just like i did on the Cisco 1841. I looked to see if I can change the default port for SSH on he ASA, it does not look like this is an option.
The bottom line is that i want to be able to SSH to all three devices from the internet. I only have one public IP. As of now, what i can do is only SSH to the ASA on default port 22 directly to the public IP and Cisco 1841 on port 2001. It appears that changing the default SSH port on Cat 2960 is not an option. It also appears that I can't change the default SSH port on the ASA, if i could, i would and then i should be able to SSH to the Cat 2960 on port 22. No matter what i did on the ASA, it always listens on port 22 for SSH connections.
show asp table socket TCP 001f549f <<pub IP>>:22 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN
how do i make it listen on different port?
Here is relevent config for SSH for cisco 1841 (port forwarding)
I', trying to open my ports 80 and 37777 and have successfully opened them on my linksys router but behind that I have an at&t modem/router....My questions is how do I find the URL number to access my second router to open the ports on it also?
I am trying to access home security camera from outslide my house.I have an AT&T internet coming into the house. They have a router that comes into the house and that splits off to another router in my house which carriers CAT5 all over the house. One of the wires go to another router that I use for my wireless devices.One of those wireless devices is an security camera.Here is my question. I want to view the camera from the internet outside the house. I have followed the instructions given by the manufacture for port forwarding. I have port forwarded the wireless router since the camera is connected to it. Is that wrong since the DSL is coming in one router and then going to another and then to the wireless
I have always used netgear routers in the past. After a series of issues regarding configurations not working correctly I invested in what appeared to be a semi pro router, the cisco linksys e4200.
I have a centralized server which I use to access a mass of different services such as mail, dns, VPN, FTP, Kerberos, http and many more. While I am not a massive networking ****, this server setup is like my garage project. To access these services externally to my LAN as far as I understand I would need to configure port forwarding for each service to my server. Unfortunately the control panel for the linksys E4200 only offers about 15 custom port fields for forwarding, and some documentation I have read shows that with it's basic install my server could be using up to 60 ports at once.
Is this router just not suitable for this sort of network. If so I will be very disappointed because I have spent a quarter of the price on netgear routers with more control than this.
I have a Cisco RVS4000 with Port 1 as a trunk connection to a Cisco SF300 switch. Port 1 on the router is configured 1untag,2tag,3tag,4ag. When connected directly to the router I can connect to the switches management IP. I would like to reach the switch remotely. I have set up DDNS and can access the router and I have have set a specific port to forward to port 80 on the switches management IP but this does not work. Should I not be able to Port Forward to the switch across VLAN 1?
Port forwarding on rv120 does not work. I have followed the workaround instructions: so i have created a firewall access rule on incoming port 21 to an internal ip address on the same port. The router has created the forwarding port rule. But port forwarding does not work. I have tried to use a custom service but nothing!
The router is reachable from wan, I can access via DNS the configuration page and I can ping the router on wan port.
Region : UnitedKingdom Model : TD-W8970 Hardware Version : V1 Firmware Version : 0.6.0 0.11 v000c.0 Build 121203 Rel.46289n ISP : Virgin Media
Is there any way of forwarding an external port to a different internal port on the TD-8970 ?I saw a question posed on an Australian forum implying that it might be provided in a later firmware release.Our TD- 8970 has replaced a previous NetGear WAG 320N which had this facility, and is useful to provide access to multiple machines without having to modify each individually to use a different port.
I am having an issue opening a port (4040) on the 655 for my Fedora-based subsonic server. Inside the LAN, I can see the device from other peer machines, so I am confident the port is open and listening. However, I can't seem to get to the machine-port from outside/internet.
I have tried Virtual Server and Port Forwarding with single port. The server has a stactic IP which I've included in the DHCP range and outside the range. I have a DSL connection (AT&T), modem only. I have updated firmware. I have exhausted the Subsonic community's knowledge, everything points to the router, but all the settings seem correct. What am I missing? Is if possible there is a defect in the router? (don't laugh). Is there a way to trace a request to that port to see where it is hanging?
I am trying to open port 12000 on my sky dlink router, been trying for a few days now and i just can't nail it. When i log into router, it brings up the sky router page, any one ever setup port 12000 on the sky router page.
I am trying to port forward for Vuze and I am having a problem understanding the concepts at [URL] for working within two routers. I have a Zoom 5241 cable modem connected through a Motorola VT2442-VD for Vonage VOIP, then connected through my Netgear RangeMax WPN824v3 wireless router, to my computer. I am also running AVG internet security. Here is a look at my ipconfig /all:
C:Users ex>ipconfig /all Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : MarekFamily Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . : Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
However, I do not understand where to setup the static ips and where to drop DHCP to be able to port forward successfully. I have tried in Vuze to set up acceptable ports 51600 for TCP and UDP, but they continue to get this error: "NAT Error - Connect attempt to 220.127.116.11:51600 (your computer) timed out after 20 seconds. This means your port is probably closed." I do know that the Ip present is from my Vonage with my external IP address. I even tried to establish rules for TCP and UDP within AVG Firewall settings for the Vuze program.
I just got a new rv120w and want to set it up, like my old router. I have a webserver that people around the world, should be able to visit, but I can't figure whats wrong. You can see my settings in port forwarding here.
I have a RV042 with Port Forwarding configured for RDP. This Port Forwarding Rule is being applied before my ACL - so subnets that are not authorized through are being allowed in. Firmware version 4.0.0.07.
I'm having yet another issue with my RV220w. I thought this would be a wise buy, but I keep finding reasons to hate myself for buying this router.Anyway, I need to forward port 3389, Windows Remote Desktop Protocol to one of my internal servers. I have defualt NAT, defualt firewall, etc. etc. I have seen documentation that says that Firewall -> Port Forwarding is non-functional, so I attempt to set up port forwarding via Firewall -> Access Rules. I did not see "RDP" or any other obvious acronym for Remote Desktop Protocol in the services list. So, I made a custom service, called RemoteDP, TCP protocol, port 3389 to 3389.No, I cannot RDP to my server from WAN. This was easily achieved with a cheap NETGEAR router from 2005.
Today i installed an RV180 VPN router as replacement for a netscreen ns-5GT.Exactly the same configuration, everything works, except port forwarding from WAN to a host inside NAT.My ports are open (online port-scanner sees the ports as open), the hosts are accepting connections, but a connection can't be made.Probably a bug in the firmware.
We have the following proplem with the RV 120w router with the last firmware. We can't manage to set up port forwarding. So the situation is like this: we have WAN ip: 192.168.2.68 and our router connects to VPN server and gets an IP like 10.0.10.X. In the inner network we have PCs and a DVR (digital video recorder) with ip 192.168.1.215. Our DVR uses 3 main ports like 81 (http) and 37777 (tcp), 37778 (udp) and we try to make port forwarding with the router interface like the manual says (look and the sceenshot). But when we try to enter our DVR and see the picture from the outside network (we type in browser 192.168.2.68:81) nothing happends. It just dosen't work.
Before cisco we used d-link router and everything worked just fine with the same port forwarding rules.So we need to enter WAN address in Cisco and show the 81 port in the address bar and see the picture from the DVR 192.168.1.215 from the inner network.