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Just wondering if anyone can help me out here... I just purchased WHS 2011 and trying to get my Remote Web Access to work.. but what happened is that it seems like my ISP blocked the required ports for this function which is port 80 and 443... I'm wondering if there's any other way that I can change the default required port to something else so I can use RWA... Any help will be greatly appreciated.. thx

EDIT: Yes I forwarded those ports..
Edited by xxlap1xx - 7/23/11 at 7:42am
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It sounds like you have a firewall somewhere. Not your ISP.
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Did you use port fowarding on the port you want to use? I can only assume you are using a router of some type with a built in firewall.
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Originally Posted by Thorn-Blade;14317316 
Did you use port fowarding on the port you want to use? I can only assume you are using a router of some type with a built in firewall.

Sry for not mentioning at first... but yea i forwarded my ports and I turned my all firewalls off.. router and windows..
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Originally Posted by xxlap1xx;14317202 
I'm wondering if there's any other way that I can change the default required port to something else so I can use RWA

I believe in Windows Server this is possible but I am not sure about your software. My memory remembers obscure MCSE bs talking about this.

The easiest way to debug this issue is to use DMZ. Put your machine in the DMZ temporarily and see if it works. Then add the layers of security protections once you identify the problems.

I don't see why your ISP would block that port unless you are using perhaps a dynamic IP address.

Easiest way to determine port availability is to use a online tool or just do endpoint port scans.
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If it is indeed your ISP you can map this to another port when you set up forwarding.

Something like [url]http://youriphere:50000[/url] could be linked to your server on port 80 and you should be able to access it remotely after that is set up.
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Dont see your ISP blocking port 80 or 443. Then they might as well terminate your service then
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Dont see your ISP blocking port 80 or 443. Then they might as well terminate your service then

This is VERY possible.

The ISP CAN block incoming requests to 443 and 80 - requests originating from somewhere else TO your home Internet connection. It's a ploy to get people to buy business class connections.

Blocking INCOMING connections to 80 and 443 will NOT affect OUTGOING traffic to 80 and 443 - all web browsing.
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by IBuyJunk;14322629 
This is VERY possible.

The ISP CAN block incoming requests to 443 and 80 - requests originating from somewhere else TO your home Internet connection. It's a ploy to get people to buy business class connections.

Blocking INCOMING connections to 80 and 443 will NOT affect OUTGOING traffic to 80 and 443 - all web browsing.
Comcast currently blocks ports 25, 68, 135-139, 445, 520, and 1080.
DHCP, NetBIOS, SMB, RIP, and Socks4. All sources of potential, or actual abuse.

go here op
https://www.grc.com/x/ne.dll?rh1dkyd2
Edited by Spooony - 7/23/11 at 9:49pm
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I'll try to call my ISP tmr and see if they can open the ports for me w/ no charge... btw i'm using fios and have the speed of 32/25 (which is pretty darn fast) very good for hosting?? I just wanted to share some files w/ my frds easier across the states or perhaps countries... but so disappointed that those ports are blocked..
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