cannot connect to public WAN port on SA540 from remote location and https://
I have a customer who recently moved from a PIX506E to a SA540 and am having difficulty with setting it up. When I connected the WAN port to the modem and let the modem give an IP address dynamically, it worked fine. I was able to connect out to the Internet and connect to the WAN port remotely with https. When I switched to the static IP addresses we ran into problems. I had worked with the ISP and was able to get it working....to a degree. Now, they can browse the Internet and I have some rules enabled so that IPSEC traffic going out from there to a different location works, etc, etc. Some issues i'm currently running into, though, are incoming VPN connections, connecting to internal public IP addresses, and maintaining the router from a public remote location. I figure lets start with maintaining the router remotely first. 1) I have the router setup with a static WAN IP. I can ping it remotely.
2) The router is working because I'm connected to the server remotely and able to view the router 3) I do have Firmware 1.1.65 installed.
4) I've connected remotely when the WAN IP was a dynamic one given by the ISP so I know it isn't a browser issue.
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