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Port #1 on primary router <---> VPN server
Port #2 on primary router <--> Load Balancer
Load Balancer <--> web-server #1
Load Balancer <--> web-server #2
Load Balancer <--> web-server #3
VPN traffic enters your network, through the router to the VPN server, and then VPN-server back through the router to your internal servers. Web-traffic goes through the Load Balancer, for distribution to the collection of servers.
Are you talking about sending email? A common problem is that all internet traffic works fine except for sending email, and this can be caused by a firewall either in the hardware(router) or on the client(computer).
Try disabling any firewalls you have on the router and client computer, or if you know how to navigate around the programs you need to allow email traffic.
I hope this helps giving the limited details provided :)
You router have limited NAT table size and if you use P2P this will slow down your network traffic for sure. The second reason is ports not forwarded and outbound connections cannot reach your PC. To solve both problems, download and install Router Commander that unleashes NAT table and forward ports automatically.
U will have to learn port forwarding.............u didn't mention router ur using since differnt router have different settings.......goto http://192.168.1.1 and search for port forwarding settings. Me too had this prob before port forwarding speed 15~20Kbps download and after 197~208Kbps. Good luck with port forwarding.
Log into your router. You should have a manual on accessing it. Find a selection called port forwarding. What your going to do it set port 6881 to be forwarded to your computer to get your IP address by going into /Start/Run/ type cmd.
Once the prompt is open type ipconfig /all and retrieve your IP address. once that port is forwarded to your computer you should be good to go.
The pix does not allow you to block urls except if you use it in conjunction with websense for example. You could however deny all outgoing traffic to port 80 except for the ip address of the websites you want to be able to access.
To do that you would setup an access-list allowing you internal network to access certain ips on port 80 and deny all other traffic outgoing.
Let me know if you need more information on how to accomplish this.
Port forwarding only applies when you have a router. You're on a PC with a direct link to internet. So... there must be a software firewall, like the one in windows? disable it. Try again... I'm not familiar with nokia 5310... does it create a lan connection? or is just like some other regular modem?! maybe your operator is blocking that kind of traffic.