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XP3ngu1n

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I have tried to find other means to get on but apparantly I cannot.

I cannot access RemotelyAnywhere (RA) on my network.
Port that is open on TCP/UDP in my Linksys Router is 1337.
On the machine that the WinRoute Trial is on, I cannot access it via DynDNS, however, I can access it via my local IP address on the WinRoute Machine.

I have created 2 services: RemotelyAnywhere and RA/TCP-UDP
RemotelyAnywhere is:
Protocol: TCP/UDP
Source Port: Any
Destination Port: Equal to 1337

RA/TCP-UDP is:
Protocol: TCP/UDP
Source Port: Equal to 1337
Destination Port: Equal to 1337

I have tried the following Traffic Policies and none of them have worked:

#1
Source: Any
Destination: LOCAL IP
Service: RemotelyAnywhere
Action: Allow

#2
Source: Any
Destination: Firewall Host
Service: RemotelyAnywhere & RA/TCP-UDP
Action: Allow

#3
Source: Any
Destination: Local Area Connection
Service: RemotelyAnywhere & RA/TCP-UDP
Action: Allow

Am I doing anything wrong, I don't understand why I cannot get access to my RemotelyAnywhere.

I have not tried lowering my MTU and if I did on that machine, what should I lower it to? My router is set at 1300.
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XP3ngu1n

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I found a solution!

Source: Any
Destination: Any
Service: Port to TCP and UDP at RemotelyAnywhere Port.
Action: Allow

I did that and it worked!
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XP3ngu1n wrote on Sun, 14 January 2007 02:13

I found a solution!

Source: Any
Destination: Any
Service: Port to TCP and UDP at RemotelyAnywhere Port.
Action: Allow

I did that and it worked!

If you submit a support ticket we can help you refine that rule. I usually don't like to have 'Any' rules in the Traffic Policy.

Kevin Trumbull
Kerio Technical Support Team Leader
http://support.kerio.com
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