|I am having problems opening a port on a windows 2003 SBS. It also runs a windows 2003 Standard server to run terminal services...|
I need to open port 1527 for a piece of software to download a clean database from and FTP.
So I open port 1527 on the router and point it to the ip address of the server where the software will be run....it doesn't work.
I can open ports for pcanywhere with no problem.
what could I be missing here? I am not using the sbs firewall as I only am configured with one nic. Everything else seems to work fine...exchange, browsing etc..
I took a laptop and connected it directly to the router setting the gateway and dns as the router and it worked, so the problem lies in the server some place but for the life of me can't figure out how.
Any and all help is appreciated.