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Remote home from internet

Hi, I like setup remote home from internet by windows terminal. Please show me.

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Re: Remote home from internet

verify the connectivity between the pix and the server by pinging.

also, verify whether the rdp/rdc has been enabled. e.g. right click on my computer > properties > remote > remote desktop > allow users to connect remotely to this computer.

another possibility is the software firewall running on the server.

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Gold

Re: Remote home from internet

just wondering if you are referring to rdp/rdc on windows.

if so, port forwarding and inbound acl need to be configured.

e.g.

static (inside,outside) tcp interface 3389 3389 netmask 255.255.255.255

access-list inbound permit tcp any interface outside eq 3389

access-group inbound in interface outside

clear xlate local

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Re: Remote home from internet

Hi, it don't work when test. How can fix problem?

Gold

Re: Remote home from internet

do "sh access-l" on the pix to verify whether the pix has receive the rdp/rdc packet.

assuming the hitcnt is 0, then i guess the issue is with the router in front of the pix; or were you testing it from the pix inside subnet? if so, it won't work. the reason being that static works in direction.

assuming the hitcnt is >0, then i suggest you to check the server. whether the rdp/rdc has been enabled or not.

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Re: Remote home from internet

Hi, I was test from inside. Thanks. Now, I test from internet and the hitcnt greater 0, but still don't work.

Gold

Re: Remote home from internet

verify the connectivity between the pix and the server by pinging.

also, verify whether the rdp/rdc has been enabled. e.g. right click on my computer > properties > remote > remote desktop > allow users to connect remotely to this computer.

another possibility is the software firewall running on the server.

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