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826 / CRWS

We are using a Cisco 826 ADSL router (LAN IP 10.10.10.1) to connect our SOHO network to the internet. We have two servers on our LAN, one mail + proxy server (10.10.10.2) and one web + ftp server (10.10.10.3).

I've configured the PAT as follows:

SMTP 25 10.10.10.2

POP3 110 10.10.10.2

FTP 21 10.10.10.3

HTTP 80 10.10.10.3

Remote Configuration is set to DENY

Is there anyway to disable or bypass this CRWS behaviour?

Regards,

Frank VanKouterik

Mailserver + proxy server + FTP server are working fine

However, if I approach our webserver I ALLWAYS get the CRWS authentication window, rather than our default website

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Re: 826 / CRWS

A very interesting problem

The obvious workaround for your problem would be disable the http service on 826 after you finish all your configuration. Then the translation should work perfectly.

We have observed similar issue earlier with NAT but it was a reverse case. We wanted to telnet into the router but NAT was translating into an internal host.

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Re: 826 / CRWS

A very interesting problem

The obvious workaround for your problem would be disable the http service on 826 after you finish all your configuration. Then the translation should work perfectly.

We have observed similar issue earlier with NAT but it was a reverse case. We wanted to telnet into the router but NAT was translating into an internal host.

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Re: 826 / CRWS

Thanks for your response.

Your suggestion worked fine !!

no ip http server

did the trick. Did you manage to sort out you reverse problem?

Frank

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