About forward ports

July 29, 2010 at 20:35:33
Specs: Win server 2008 R2, AMD 955
Hi folks,

Windows Server 2008 R2 64 bit
Behind a router

What command shall be run on Command Prompt showing the ports forwarded to the server rather than looking into the Router?

TIA

B.R.
satimis


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#1
July 30, 2010 at 08:28:24
You can't figure out the forwarded ports at the Server. You must enter the Routers configuration page for that.

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#2
July 30, 2010 at 08:48:48
Hi paulsep,

I'm doing it in this way.

Login the router -> Forwarding Rules -> Virtual Server

to get it.

Is there an alternative?

B.R.
satimis


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#3
July 30, 2010 at 10:21:16
This depends on the router you're using.
You may connect to the router via telnet and watch for the forwarding ports.

But may I ask, why one will get this informations via command prompt?

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#4
July 30, 2010 at 14:51:25
HI,

The router is for testing not only used by me. Other users may make change on ports. Each time when using the router I have to login the router checking the ports

satimis


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#5
July 30, 2010 at 17:35:59
Yes but there is no difference, when login in via script, maybe by using telnet or someting like that.

And when you recognize changes on forwarded ports, you have to login to the router and revert changes.

Btw., why don't you simply choose one router administrator who makes changes.
This router admin is always aware of what is configure at the router and why.
If one must have a port forwarding for a locally running service, he has to contact the router admin to make the changes and also make changes on the routers configuration documentation.

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