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Hi, I'm probably not being the smartest tool in the box and might be just missing somthing simple here. I'm trying to connect to a computer on a network behind winroute firewall 6.2 using remotley anywhere 5.

I've setup a traffic policy to direct from the internet to the firewall, through a service created that uses port TCP Source port 5200. destination port 2000 and also tried with Any!

Then created a translation pointing to my internal computer on port 2000.

The object being that I can remotly access my server...

example and it will map me to through a web browser.

But I've had no luck! Can anyone point out to me where I am going wrong ?

Any help is appreciated. Thanks


[Updated on: Tue, 02 November 2004 17:08]


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Enable logging of your traffic rules and look in the filter log. Maybe you will find the answer (wat is wrong) there.
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