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Hello if tried different traffic rules to get this working by searching but they didnt work for me.

can someone point me the direct way ?

got 7WAN & 1LAN running

trying to get this
192.168.0.11 open port 3389 on wan 1


but somehow the client keeps getting different ips

traffice rules:
name lan to wan rdp
source: 192.168.0.1 (interface)
destination: wan 1 (interface)
service: any
action: allow
translation: MAP 192.168.0.11

name rdp
source: 192.168.0.1 (interface)
destination: firewall
service: rdp
action allow
translation: MAP 192.168.0.11

Running dedicated server ESXI 6

[Updated on: Sun, 14 February 2016 22:32]

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ICT and Me

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Hi Andy,

Can you make a drawing or contact me directly?
Because 7 WAN connections, takes some serious thinking.


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Carlo Turk
The Netherlands
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andypooters

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This is what i got.

edit: cant upload pictures or not allowed to post links.

Can i mail you ICT?

[Updated on: Mon, 15 February 2016 11:05]

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ICT and Me

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Why do you translation from LAN to WAN? That is not needed. Source must be the RDP server Dest. WAN Interface.
Incoming Source WAN interface Dest. Firewall Translation IP RDP Server.

That's it. Inbound rule above outbound.

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Tried your solution , applied rebooted both devices. Didnt work client does not respond to rdp. Ipchicken shows another ip adress not the one i want to use for rdp
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ICT and Me wrote on Mon, 15 February 2016 11:05
Why do you translation from LAN to WAN? That is not needed. Source must be the RDP server Dest. WAN Interface.
Incoming Source WAN interface Dest. Firewall Translation IP RDP Server.

That's it. Inbound rule above outbound.


If deleted the rules i created and added this one only. good thing it shows the actual ip now but it doesnt respond to rdp. tried adding the service rdp with this rule no succes.

Im 100% sure rdp is on on client side. there is no firewall on the client side.
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