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Wanna open gates from the router SIEMENS 5890

If you want you can contact the local network support and ask to open these ports to allow the VPN traffic: the local network (KPN) send me to this site!

List of firewall rules to allow AT&T Global Network Client VPN connections to Dow
Action
Destination Protocol:Port
Purpose
Allow
HTTP:80
Initial conversation with AT&T RIG
Allow
UDP:500
IKE KEY negotiation/re-negotiation
Allow
UDP:4500
IPSec – 3DES encrypted tunnel (data)

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  • walter_sterc Jan 07, 2009

    how do i open the gate's please?

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U can use the port forward for forwading ur port if it is blocked.

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