I have a RVS4000 with one vlan on it. I'm trying to get a port to forward to a machine on the vlan but not having much luck. I read online that port forwarding is not supports on a vlan with the RVS4000, is that correct?
I have a phone system on a vlan and i'm tring to forward port 5060 to ip address of that phone system. When I check to see if the the port is open, from an outside source ( such as yougetsingal.com ) it shows closed.
Is the Default Gateway of the phone system the LAN IP of the RVS4000?
VLAN 1: 192.168.1.1 <= Default Gateway for VLAN 1 devices
VLAN 2: 192.168.2.1 <= Default Gateway for VLAN 2 devices
To test if the router is forwarding correctly, install RJL Port Listener on a PC and tell it to listen on port 5060. Connect the PC to a VLAN 2 port and then use yougetsignal.com to see if it is open. If not, try some other ports such as 80, 8080, 5061, etc. This should show if the RVS4000 is forwarding the traffic properly. If it is, then the issue is that the phone system is not listening or is not configured properly.
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