Hi, I've configured a VPN (IPSec) between 2 sites on Cisco 881-K9. The server "A", which have the address 192.168.0.X must be reachable on port 80, 8080 and 90 from public network. I've configured forwarding ports with the command: ip nat inside source static TCP 192.168.0.X 90 interface fasteth
SoftEther VPN Setup with Dnsmasq and port forwarding Apr 08, 2019 Port forward for VPN Server and softether VPN manual Mar 28, 2017 [SOLVED]pfsense as openvpn client - issue with port forwarding Hi guys My pfsense act as a openvpn client. I have another server elsewhere which is my openvpn server. My problem is with port forwarding from that server to internal network behind pfsense. My openvpn server details: vpn ip: 10.8.0.1 external: 184.108.40.206 p Thin-Client SSL VPN (WebVPN) on ASA with ASDM
Site-to-site and Client VPN Port Overlap with Manual port
linux - Port forwarding using OpenVPN client - Unix I ran into the same problem described Port forwarding using VPN client, but unsuccessfully. I have a OpenVPN access server version 2.5 and a client configured with a site-to-site routing. Both client and server can communicate with each other by using the private IP addresses. On the client, there is an Apache server which listen on port 8081. List of VPN's that allow P2P and Port Forwarding : VPNTorrents Jan 14, 2015
However, I've been unable to forward ports from WAN to the server's address on the VPN. The first attempt I made was simply trying the port forwarding GUI in Tomato (but this seems not to work for IPs on the VPN, only those on eth0 or wlan0). When that didn't work, I tried adding iptables rules, but as I'm still largely uncomfortable with
I have installed VPN SoftEther Server and it works fine. However, I would like to use this as some kind of gate. Is it possible to make it forwarding packets the same way as it is asked? For example, there is a user that is sending request to VPN server on port tcp 6789. VPN forwards this request to my local server to the same port.