Port Forwarding Problem with RVS4000 Routers

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Sep 24th, 2009
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I have modified a building network to be PABP compliant (Visa) where two router and two subnets are required.

My original building network configuration was set-up to enable remote access to a terminal server via port forwarding on an RVS4000 router. Thus cable modem -> wan xx.xx.xx.xx ROUTER lan -> Subnet with Port Forwarding TCP 3389 to (terminal server).

The new network configuration is composed of two RVS4000 routers on two subnets. Thus Cable Modem -> wan xx.xx.xx.xx ROUTER1 lan -> Subnet -> DMZ and second router wan ROUTER2 lan -> Subnet

Router1 is configured in gateway mode and Router2 is configured in router mode. Port forwarding on Router1 for TCP port 3389 is to (wan port on Router2). Where as port forwarding on Router 2 for TCP port 3389 is to (terminal server address).

With this new network configuration I am no longer able to connect to the Terminal Server remotely. No problem gaining access to the Internet and subnet from inside subnet

Thus I think my problem is port forwarding through the two RVS4000 routers. Any assistance with this problem will be much appreciated.


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