RV042 opens ports 80 and 443 when HTTPS enabled in firewall
I recently installed an RV042 v1.1 vpn router (older hardware revision but using the latest available firmware 184.108.40.206-tm) and set up VPN access with the QuickVPN client. QuickVPN requires that the HTTPS setting be enabled under the Firewall options, so I did. I then scanned our static IP with grc.com's ShieldsUP! to check for open or non-stealthed ports and discovered that ports 80 and 443 show as wide open, while port 113 is closed but not stealthed. If I disable the HTTPS setting under Firewall, then ports 80 and 443 become stealthed. Is there any way to use QuickVPN and keep these ports stealthed?
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