I have set my router for remote management but no matter what I try I cannot connect to it remotely! However if I use my second WAN port (WAN2) with a different external IP address (we have two providors) I can connect. Any ideas?
odd thing is I cant even ping the external IP address either. could it be comcast blocking the request somehow? the second IP on WAN2 is a different provider, CBeyond and if I switch to WAN2 it can be remotely managed!?!
I have questions in mind. RV082 has 2 Wans and they are assigned with public ip addresses. You've allowed any firewall or any security policies to access from these 2 WANs on RV082. You said that when you connect to this device from the other ISP you can. In case 2 WANs are UP how RV082 installs a default route. Does it have 2 default routes pointing 2 ISPs? If yes, In case I want to manage RV082 from the outside world the device will route me back to which ISP. If RV082 can know that I came from which ISP and can route me back correctly. You have to get back to check your configuration on RV082 again. If everything's fine,and you have a doubt in mind with comcast box,let's check it real quick. In short You have to successfully ping RV082 from the WAN you can't manage first.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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