Not sure if this is the correct fourm, but i will try it.
I am trying to direct ssh traffic to a specific server on my network through my 2811 router. When a remote client attempts to initiate a session with the server the get the login for the router instead of the server. I found the correct commands to create a static route for a NATed telnet session but want to tie the security down with ssh. Can i replace the telnet (23) with the ssh port(22) in the command to get this to work?
Yes i have modified the ACLs for the telnet session, and last night was able to get a NATed ssh session through to the server with the new command.
My new issue is this:
I have three VPNs coming in to the main location where the server resides. After i made the change (leaving the NATed telnet and the new NATed ssh session) none of the clients on the VPNs could reach the server! As soon as i deleted the ssh, access to the server came back up. I know this has to be related in some way to the translated address but didnt think that there is any address translation going on in the VPN connection for the two LANs.
Hope i made this clear. If possible i will post my config with ACLs later today.
PS Now that i think about it could this be a NAT-T issue. Two of the other ends of the VPNs are created by a Linksys RV42 that has NAT-T.
Yes i do need SSH service from the internet to my server and across the VPNs to my server. I do not believe i am NATing the VPN connections to the server. The NATing for the endpoints of the VPN tunnels are strictly for internet access out of the remote locations. Although it would help if i could tell if those clients coming across the VPN tunnel are being NATed. Not sure how to tell. Any instruction?
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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Attached policy provides CLI access to the Cisco 4G router over text messaging. Two files are in the attached .tar file:
2. PDF with instructions on how to load and use the .tcl file.