Port 433 forwarding

Port 433 forwarding

Port 433 forwarding
Port 433 forwarding
2024-04-21 16:25:57 - last edited 2024-04-21 16:59:18
Tags: #VLAN & Multi-Networks #Port Forwarding
Model: OC200  
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version: 5.13.30.20

Hi there,

I have set up my office network based on ER7206 router and SG2428P switch managed by Omada OC200 controller. I have created 4 VLANs where one of them has a Windows 2016 server with Microsoft IIS inside. This IIS server is hosting ArcGis Portal web page, which clients could connect to at gis . mydomain . com. The portal has an ssl certificate installed and required. I need to create port 433 forwarding so that clients from the WAN could connect to this server, whose IP address is "192.168.20.4", specifying this address https :// gis . mydomain . com. Looks like a simple task! But after I switched to the Omada SDN controller, it looks like a mission impossible. Maybe someone of you could in understandable way explain how to deal with this seemingly simple task. I'll be very thankful!

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Re:Port 433 forwarding
2024-04-23 06:44:42

 

Ilmars wrote

Hi there,

I have set up my office network based on ER7206 router and SG2428P switch managed by Omada OC200 controller. I have created 4 VLANs where one of them has a Windows 2016 server with Microsoft IIS inside. This IIS server is hosting ArcGis Portal web page, which clients could connect to at gis . mydomain . com. The portal has an ssl certificate installed and required. I need to create port 433 forwarding so that clients from the WAN could connect to this server, whose IP address is "192.168.20.4", specifying this address https :// gis . mydomain . com. Looks like a simple task! But after I switched to the Omada SDN controller, it looks like a mission impossible. Maybe someone of you could in understandable way explain how to deal with this seemingly simple task. I'll be very thankful!

Hi @Ilmars 

Are you looking for the port forwarding/virtual server function on the controller? Please go to Settings > Transmission > NAT > Port Forwarding to create the rules. Meanwhile, please make sure the router's WAN IP address is properly configured and visible to the internet, and review the firewall settings on the Windows will not block the incoming traffic.

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2024-04-24 10:43:47 - last edited 2024-04-24 10:45:23

Thanks @Hank21 !

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