Question about Linksys RVS4000 Router
Ok here is the situation.
I have two servers. Each have a unique wan ip address through my isp. Each server has 2 Nic cards. one is using the wan ip address (example 126.96.36.199) while the other nic card is set for 192.168.1.4.
I have a netgear firewall vpn router handling DHCP connection to the internet through the 192.168.x.x scheme.
I want to be able to secure my servers on the front end by using the rvs4000 linksys security router. I have a total of 5 ip addresses from my cable service. I gave an IP address to the router, each server has an IP address. gateway has an IP Address. I want to be able to get into the servers from outside through the firewall. one server is for certain applications to be accessed through the internet while the other is an IIS server. I want to be able to get into each one through the firewall. Can anyone help me?
It seem that your best bet would be to look into remote access programs that can be found easily on google.com. I would suggest browsing some of the options you find on there.
hint: if your looking for a no cost solution, simply add the keyword freeware in the google search bar
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: rvs4000 latest BETA firmware
there's a firmware update available on Linksys' site (v1.1.09). Apparently, this update fixes quite a lot. So much so, that after installing it you MUST reset to factory defaults. So, make sure you update the firmware first thing, and then reset. Don't use any old setups.
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many thanks nick
Posted on Dec 20, 2007
forward these ports for your VPN client ip address on your router...
also disable firewall...
Posted on Jul 25, 2010
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