RVS4000 remote management using SNMP not Supported over WAN
I'm trying to mange the RVS4000 router from the WAN side. I just changed the default password and in the firewall setting:
Block WAN Request is disabled.
Remote Management is enabled with the default port.
But I am not able to connect to the router remotely (using its WAN IP address). I can ping its WAN IP address fine from the remote PC. The router functions normally (i.e. PC on the LAN can connect to the Internet) but the remote management via SNMP also does not work. In most cases, the router just does not respond to the TCP SYNC or SNMP request from the WAN. Occassionally, it responds to the TCP SYNC fine but when the remote PC requests the HTTP page, it quickly responds with FIN/ACK.
In addition, I can connect to its WAN IP address from the LAN side. But it just does not work from the WAN side.
I tried disabling firewall, IPS, etc, nothing works.
OK. Problem solved. I wasn't reading the instruction carefully. Apparently when HTTPS is enabled, only HTTPS work. It does NOT mean both HTTP and HTTPS would work togher under that scenario, like normal Linksys configuration.
Re: RVS4000 remote management using SNMP not Supported over WAN
I was looking for an answer and was lead here. Has anyone been able to use SNMP to query the router over an ipsec tunnel? I have a site-to-site tunnel, and for some reason I am not able to use snmp over that tunnel. What am I missing??
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