Configuring 2611 Router for using Microsoft Exchange
I have been asked to configure a 2611 Router in order to have Microsoft Exchange connectivity.
My instructions were these: configure the router so that it takes all external request (IP address given here) from http (80), https (443), smtp (25) and pop (110) ports directly to my client's server.
Now, I'm not sure of what exactly is needed here. This is the first time I configure something like this.
Re: Configuring 2611 Router for using Microsoft Exchange
Your instructions are ambiguous within the given information scope. They can either mean you should set up a firewall to open the specified ports, or that you should perform NAT port forwarding.
We need to know more - how is the router connected into the network, what are its interfaces and their addresses, what is the IP address of the client's server... otherwise, it is difficult to write an example configuration. You have stated that this is the first time you are configuring something similar so I would like to give you a configuration example you don't need to change extensively but I need more information for that.
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