I need getting access to my http server. I have a host name that I configured to point to my IPS IP address. Port 80 is enabled on my server, but I can't seem to get access it from my web address [code]
How to configure my DIR-615 (Hardware Version E1 - Firmware Version 5.00NA) to:
1. Assign/Reserve IP address for 2 machines.
2. Route a web browser to a server on the first machine (port 80) as a default when another computer or smart-phone or device joins my open wireless network.
I am hoping to eliminate any changes to the IP address of the first two computers so that the server's IP address and port are static. I would also like anyone who joins the network to merely open their browser and be presented with the http interface from my server.
I just got a Cisco asa 5505 with the next OS and ASDM info ASA 5505 OS 8.4(3) ASDM 6.47 I configured and enter all rules to allow incoming traffic to LAN but it's not working also, I have one host inside that is configured in a second IP and create the rule to allow traffic to it but it doesn't work too.
Problem 1 I have VNC running in port 5900 tcp and I want to connect from Internet using port 6001 and this has to forware the connection to the real VNC port. In the configuration I have a few host with the same configuration but I use different outside port to get it.
Problem 2. I have a second IP with services: SMTP, HTTP, HTTPS and port 444 all TCP forwarding to a server in the LAN.
Facts: SMTP. Every time that I do telnet to the second IP looking for the SMTP port, the firewall doesn't let the incoming connection goes through and the LOGGING screen doesn't how that connection.PORT 6001 (outside)this port is configured to work with the IP in the outside internface and it was to send the incoming connection to a host inside to the real port 5900.Can any one check my configuration if I'm missing anything? for sure I'm but I didn't find it. Bellow is the configuration, I masked the Public IPs just left the last number in the IP, also I left the LAN network to see better the configuration.
i have with my Edimax router. I could not make any progress with Edimax personnel in Taipei.
If i connect my vista box directly w/o the router, i can see that port 21 (Filezilla) is open, using WhatsMyIP.org | Port Scanners/Sniffers
When I insert the Edimax br6215srg router, the port is in timeout as reported by aforementioned site (guess the port scanner gets no synack nor reset back to the syn it sends)
The router is set to "disable firewall" or to "enable firewall and DMZ enabled" with as client's ip the one that is configured in the router's dhcp table for the vista box. The NAT module is set to forward port 21 to the same ip. ipconfig confirms that i do get the ip programmed in the router's dhcp table.
I do not want to believe that this edimax box is unable to forward connections!
I recently moved house to a flat where I now have an adsl wireless router. Ever since I installed it its been major problems for me, my speeds are terrible takes ages to load a webpage and days to download anything. Also I have tried to stream to my apple tv through the use of airplay mirroring but this again doesn't work and an error code appears every time which I then looked up and it says its to do with my firewall blocking incoming connections. I have gone to my routers settings to try change this and it says to select the options by clicking the radio buttons however they do not exist on the page as you can see on the screenshot below.
I need to block 4000 nodes (Ultrasurf, TOR exit nodes) and I've written a script that will ssh and copy in these objects (prob 100 at a time) into an object group and then put a blanket deny. I don't see a flood of traffic (occassional hits every other day, etc) but I was wondering what the impact would be? Can the ASA handle an object group of that size plus an ACL with it? Any way to block incoming connections from TOR/Ultrasurf?
We have a Cisco 2911 Router and have configured via BT Infinity Broadband for out going internet access etc. Are there any incoming restrictions ACL settings etc. that will stop us using for ISA VPN, Exchange connections, Intranet, Sharepoint etc. We have reserved 13 Static IP Addresses from the ISP.
I've been fighting with getting VPN connections working properly with my Dlink router. I set up virtual servers for PPTP and L2TP and could usually get the first attempt to work. Subsequent client connections would always fail.The logs display the following-Dropped GRE packet from 192.168.0.10 to 64.232.xxx.xxx as unable handle packet header. Blocked incoming GRE packet from 64.232.xxx.xxx to 76.105.xxx.xxx.What seemed to fix it was going to Firewall Settings and setting UDP Endpoint Filtering to Endpoint Independent and TCP Endpoint Filtering to Address Restricted.
I am trying to make my computer support incoming VPN connections. I am using Windows 7 Home Premium on the computer I want to make the connection on.I am also using Verizon FioS internet (comes with default router/modem combo) to which I have the DIR-655 router connected. I am able to connect to both WiFi's fine and they work correctly.I think the Verizon router is set to block incoming VPN connections and I think this is why I cannot get anyone to be able to access my computer / internet via VPN. How I can perhaps forward ports and which settings I would need to specifically change in both routers admin settings so that I can get VPN connections to forward to my computer and be accepted.
I was at my computer when the desktop appearance and taskbar changed. I immediately opened task manager to see what program might have caused this and didn't see anything out of the ordinary. Then about 2 minutes later my desktop changed back to what it normally is. I then went and disabled remote desktop connections... I think that someone may have accessed my pc remotely, buy I wasn't able to catch them at it. Is there any way to review incoming remote desktop connections historically?
I've been fighting with my E2500 since I got it back in June with lag, dropped connections, etc. It's a bit intermittent but can hang around for hours at a time when it kicks in. Restarts but the issue always comes back. Most noticeable while gaming online or on a VOIP program such as Team Speak. Generally when it happens If I'm monitoring my Team Speak connection the incoming packet loss shoots up between 20-30%, starting to drop out every other word or so. No out going packet loss. The connection drops are random between computers (I have one mac and one pc in the house) where one will be fine and the other wont, or when the whole system will stay connected and drop all transfer. In the case of this last one it's not my ISP's connection as any streaming happening between one computer and an Apple TV device will also cease. I've also swapped back to my old router (an older model linksys) and all problems have stopped. Fully rebooted and reconfigured the router about 3 or 4 times and am on the latest version of firmware (1.0.003). It was much worse on 1.0.002 but still very noticeable on 003. Also no difference with a different wireless adapter. I've tried the chat technical support but all they did was take 45 minutes to tell me how to reboot my router after telling them I already had.
Using Cisco IOS 12.x+ on a router.How would create an ACL that will only allow access to a port from the inside only after it has been established. i.e. similar to port triggering? Inside host 10.1.1.60 needs to use port 61200 for bit torrent. Dont want the port to be visible as open to the global net accept when the host 10.1.1.60 establishes the connection first.That way a port doesnt have to be left open 24-7.
This is actually on my home television network.... Uverse which uses one of those dumb 2wire modem, router, wifi, 4 port 10/100 switch combo devices. it is NOT my internet source. It is just for IPTV services from ATT. Short of replacing the 2wire gateway with a new one from ATT I have a good learning experience question to ask.
I have two switches available at my home to work with on this issue. A EHWIC-8 port Gig Switch in my router and a 24 port 3750E gig switch.
When ever I plug, any port, any cable, both crossover and straight, on the 2wire uverse device into either Cisco switch there are masses of CRC errors generated by the cheapy 2wire thing.
CRC being a layer1 issue in nature I have tried everything short of replacing the 2wire and that is next. There is one caveat.
When the CRC errors are generated and logged on the 3750 it just seems to continue to forward those frames to whereever they need to go regardless albeit a ton of errors.
On the EHWIC 8 port in my 1921 router it seesm to stop forwarding after about 10 secs of encountering CRC errors. What gives? Is there something special command wise that tells a switch to forward frames regardless of CRC errors? Is the 3750 able to deal with them and just forward away and the EHWIC card not able too?
We have a Cisco RV042 Router. Two ISP's and using dual wan setup. We are trying to connect to a pc on our network using rdp. The pc we are trying to connect to has been configured to listed for rdp on port 3390. I have tested it internally and connect via rdp thru said port.
I have setup a port forward rule on the router to forward port 3390 to the ip of the pc. I have setup protocol binding for port 3390 service on wan1.
We have Cisco ASA 5505, 90.x.y.2/29 IP is assigned to outside interface. We have one internal HTTP server so that I use static (inside,outside) tcp interface [URL] to forward all incoming HTTP traffic to internal HTTP server 1. Now we need to add new physical HTTP server 2 so that I would like to forward
HTTP traffic to e.g. 90.x.y.3/29 to 172.16.0.11.
How can I do that? See scenario image (scenario.png) if needed.
I need to forward traffic from an Amazon server to an internal server with a SQL database on it so need to forward TCP 1433 to an internal IP (192.168.252.43) I have created an access rule to allow the amazon IPP through on 1433 but I am unsure how to point the traffic to the SQL server on the LAN.
I expect I will need to create a NAT rule to do this but cannot see how to achieve it.
I have another problem concerning a site to site VPN which establishes OK but does not pass traffic, I will post that question separately.
Im trying to port forward a minecraft server. To do this i have to goto to the default Gateway which is 192.168.1.1. i come to an authentication screen that says:The server 192.168.1.1:80 requires a username and password.The server says: NETGEAR WNR2000v2.
NETGEAR WNR2000v2 is the name of my wireless router.Everywhere i go it says the username and password is:
I'm new to the Cisco world and have so far got internet and VPN working (without SDM) using the IOS commands.I have hit a stubling block with port forwarding ports 80 (http) and 443 (https) to my small business server for outlook web access.I need to forward port 80 and 442 to internal LAN server 192.168.10.1.The Cisco 877 has a local IP address of 192.168.10.254. [code]
I updated my RV180W to the latest firmware and found that port forwarding works I started using it.I've just noticed that since changing over to the RV180W, my Apacher server logs show the router's IP address instead of the remote IP address - every remote request appears to come from 192.168.0.1.
I have added an ASA 5510 to my network between the Internet and a Windows 2008R2 server running ForeFront TMG. Before the ASA was added, vpn clients using Microsoft Windows 7 vpn client using L2TP/IPsec connected to our vpn. After ASA was added, clients can no longer connect. I would like to know how to configure the ASA to forward the vpn requests to the ForeFront TMG server for authentication and access to internal network resources. Mail is forwarded appropriately through the ASA to internal mail server and Internet access for LAN users works just fine.
ASA 5510 (outside interface is ISP IP address, inside interface is 192.168.1.1)................Forefront TMG (outside nic 192.168.1.2, inside nic is LAN gateway IP address).
I have altered the registry key of the client vpn pc's per Microsoft Technet URL
I am trying to set up a web server behind WRT55AG router. I have read many forums where people are having the same problem, but none explain how to fix issue. The router will not forward any port to the server. Any attempt to access the server from outside my local network just brings me to the login screen of the router. I have tried port forwarding port 80 and 10080 and both do the same thing. Also, I have the firewall, remote management, and UPnP turned off
I have some questions about how to configure my Cisco 1941 with a routed subnet from my ISP to forward them to 1 or more servers in my LAN.1 Routed subnet /29 from my ISP (over a fiber connection).In my LAN I have (at the moment) 3 servers, and about 15 clients.I would like to use the first ip address from the routed subnet for internet traffic from all the clients in the LAN.I would like to use the second ip address from the routed subnet for server1 so that server1 accept some allowed connections and that server1 connects to the internet with the second ip address from the routed subnet
I would like to use the thirth ip address from the routed subnet for server2 so that server2 accept some allowed connections and that server2 connects to the internet with the thirth ip address from the routed subnet.I would like to use the fourth ip address from the routed subnet for server3 so that server3 accept some allowed connections and that server3 connects to the internet with the fourth ip address from the routed subnet.[code]
Yesterday none of the clients could access the server. I could VNC remotely to see that the server was running. On site I observed that the server can ping and VNC all the clients but while the clients can VNC to the server they cannot ping it, nor can they connect to it. I checked the router/firewall settings and nothing appears to have changed in the last 24 hours.
normaly the agents has a persistent connection with the kaseya server (monitoring server),The connection re-established afther the next check-in of the agent, instead of a persistent connection. Now we need to wait to the next check-in before we can connect to the agent. This is a big performance issue, the check-in time of the agents are 3 minutes.I see a lot of the following messages in de syslog:
6Sep 12 201120:27:48302013customer site527985721Built inbound TCP connection 5418112 for outside:(customer site)/52798 (customer site/52798) to inside:kaseya server/5721 (outsideIP/5721) 6Sep 12 201120:29:09302014customer site527985721Teardown TCP connection 5418112 for outside:(customer site)/52798 to inside:kaseya server/5721 duration 0:01:21 bytes 45 TCP FINs
I create a normal static nat rule from the kaseya server to a public ip address, and i define the protocols in de secutiry policy.ICMP has been allowed.cisco asa details:System image file is "disk0:/asa824-k8.bin" This platform has an ASA 5510 Security Plus license.It's look like a connection time-out between the agents and our cisco asa.
We are using a sticky serverfarm with 2 real servers, one server was down for maintenance for an extended period of time. When it came inservice again it was not getting any connections. is it because all the connections had stuck to the other server ? we want sessions to be sticky but we also want to LB?I got it working by bouncing the server that had been online all the time. things started to LB then.BTW the ACE 4710 is running 4.2.1
So I just installed Windows Server 2003 64 bit on an older HP Proliant DL360 G5 and am trying to connect it to my network but neither of the 2 NIC's are showing up under Network Connections... the only option I am given is the ''Add Network Places Wizard''.
I have an ethernet cable plugged into NIC 1 and the LED's work so I know it's not a bad NIC card- do I have to download drivers for the NIC? Do I download them to a USB/CD and then just boot from that?