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Forward port on Checkpoint Safe@office W500

How do i open an specific port on the given router ?

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You can try to do something under firewall settings under 192.168.1.1 or 192.168..0.0 or 192.168.0.1

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My x-box tells me to open port to connect, i cant get it to work. bungie net tells me to open port 802.11 n not b or g . i cant make it work,x-box tells me my nat is not open. please help. thanks ...


The Linksys router, like any other router, will block "unsolicited" traffic from the Internet coming "into" the router (for "forwarding" to your computer that is "behind" the router).

So, you need to access the web-server "inside" the router, from a computer that is "behind" the router, and you need to modify the "blocking" of the router's "firewall", to "allow" (instead of "block") traffic from the Internet to a specific port-number.

You'll also need to "forward" that port-number to a specific computer "behind" the router.
Compare to a secretary that receives telephone-calls for several managers in the office.
When somebody calls the office, the secretary may look at the caller-ID, and may choose
to *NOT* pickup the telephone, i.e., to "block" the incoming call. Thus, none of the telephones
on the desks of the managers will ring -- they will not receive any notification that the secretary
has "blocked" the call. Or, the secretary may recognize the caller-ID as being that of the spouse of one of the managers, and may just "forward" that incoming call to the correct manager.
The secretary needs to know which of the telephones is associated with the spouse of the caller, so that the "correct" person responds to the incoming call.
The secretary is doing the 'NAT' ("Network Address Translation") to correctly do the "forwarding".

Similarly, the router needs to be configured to do the 'NAT' correctly.

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How do I open ports in the Virtual Server? pix.gif pix.gif pix.gif You need to forward the ports used by the application to the server running the application in the Virtual Server, which is present in the router's management screen, as follows.
  1. Open your web browser, type in the router's IP address (standard: 'http://192.168.2.1') and press enter.
  2. Click on Login, Advanced Setup, NAT, Virtual Server.
  3. Enter the port details and enable it as follows:
Private IP Private Port Type Public Port 192.168.2.x xxx TCP xxx 192.168.2.x xxx UDP xxx To access the application, you can open up the ports specific to the application in the special application, which is present in the router management screen as follows:
  1. Open your web browser, type in the router's IP address (standard: 'http://192.168.2.1') and press enter.
  2. Click on Login, Advanced Setup, NAT, Special Application.
  3. Enter the port details and enable it as follows:
Trigger Port Trigger Type Public Port Public Type Enabled 3724 TCP 3724 TCP Y 6112 TCP 6112 TCP Y 6881 TCP 6881-6999 TCP Y
* The port numbers given are just an example. You need to open the ports depending on the application you are using and should get the information from the application provider.

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While using checkpoint VPN-1 SecureClient to connect to Safe@Office 500 device in office mode, i can't connect to server at the office site. The office mode is on a different subnet than lan so my vpn...


In the rules, you will need to create a new rule that allows your VPN subnets access to you office LAN, and then on your office network gateway, add a route for your VPN subnet pointing back to your checkpoint firewall.

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I want to know how to open my ports and forward them pls


Its simple to open or forward a port. Please go to this website, www.portforward.com and look for Common Ports tab. That will tell how to open the ports.

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www.portforward.com
They have a guide on almost every router

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To get the NAT open, you have to forward specific ports. If you are doing this for xbox live, then call microsoft and ask for an "agent." Tell them that when you test your xbox live connection, your NAT is strict or moderate. They will give you a specific port to open. With that information, You go to your router's setup, and look for port fange forwarding. Enter the information given and save it. For further assistance, call netgear's help line and they will help you.

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I have the same model router at home, just checked the settings, you should be able to pass through the router with a normal vpn connection.

If you use a special VPN client, like a CheckPoint Secure VPN client, the router might block it. Also you might want to ask your office's sys admin if you are not blocked by the firewall or something similar. Your office's sys admin will prolly solve your problem since he knows your work network's configuration and setup and how to connect to it.

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