I had to replace our router at work due to the old one failing. The old one was a NETGEAR DG834G v2, and the new one is the same model but v5 (DG834G v5).
Here's the situation.
We have an SSL certificate installed on our server which was activated and working correctly prior to the router problem.
Basically, the SSL certificate allowed access to Outlook Web Access for our staff at: https://www.ourdomain.com/exchange
We also have Hamachi LogMeIn installed on the server to allow people to access their emails and the server shares on their local desktops at home or on their laptops and smartphones.
This was all working fine prior to the router problem.
I setup all the firewall rules exactly as they were on the old router (see attached image), but access to either of these services is not working. Nor am I able to remote desktop to the external IP of the server, which I could do before. I've tried pinging the external IP of the server, again with no luck. The one thing that does appear to be working is remote access to the router via our external ip on port 8080.
The only change to our network has been the router, so not quite sure why having the same firewall rules on the new router should stop this all working.
Here's the additional rule/service I added for remote desktop connection.
I tried an online port scan of the external IP address and it shows ports 25, 80, 443 and 8080 are responding. It doesn't show 3389 responding even though I've added the rule to allow it.
Is anybody familiar with these routers and able to assist at all?
Many thanks in advance.
Edited by WelshSteve, 24 August 2009 - 03:38 AM.