|I have a Linksys E1000 Router (version 2.1.02). |
I have the following port forwards setup:
Outside 3389 | Inside 3389 | (any) | Destination: serverIP
Outside 443 | Inside 443 | (any) | Destination: serverIP
Outside 10245 | Inside 443 | (any) | Destination: serverIP
I tried them both when I set them up (form an outside location) and they worked fine.
For the past few days, 443 hasn't worked externally. It works fine internally. Below is a copy/paste of the log
Source IP Address Destination Port Number
It looks like the router is trying to forward 443 to 10245.
I have residential service and not business (COX Communications). I've heard that 443 is blocked at their level (even though it still does work for many people I know).
My question is this, if my ISP is blocking it, shouldn't it never hit my router? If it still does (they change https traffic to port 10245) how do I get around this?
If they aren't blocking it, does that mean it's hitting my router at 443 and it's changing it to 10245?
Any possible insight on this would help greatly.
I am running a SBS2011 server and simply trying to make Remote Workplace function.