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behurmx

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HI,

I have a windows server 2003 running kerio winroute 6.1.1. build 419. It has 2 network interface one for the local lan ( local) and the other connected to the internet through a neutopia 3000 router. We remote desktop to the server on the default port 3389 without problem , a port mapping is configured on the neutopia router as well as a traffic rule in winroute. i have another computer on the lan that we need ro remote desktop to, i changed the RDP default port to 4000 on that pc. I have no problem remote desktop to it from inside the lan, but have difficulties reaching it from outside. I created a traffic rule in winport to map any tcp connection on port 4000 to route to that pc without any success. Should i have to map the port from the neutopia router in addition to creating a traffic rule in winroute ? only create a rule in winroute ? Any special configuration on the neutopia router? Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated !

Thanks in advance
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feite

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If you want to use rd on a differt port you must add mappings in both the router and the Kerio firewall. Copy the rules and change the portnumber.
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behurmx

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So i would have to do one mapping on the router

ex: map 192.168.2.20 ( pc on lan) to port 4000( rdp port)

and the same in firewall

source: public adapter
destination: firewall or pc lan ?????
port : 4000
map: 102.168.2.20 ( pc lan)
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