Anywhere Access Problem Server 2012 R2


#1

I am trying to setup Anywhere Access on Server 2012 R2 Essentials and get the message “Anywhere Access to your Server is blocked” which seems to be a fairly common problem. UPnP does not seem to work when implemented on the Surf Solo Mk3, so I’ve tried opening up Ports 80 and 443 by creating “Services” in Advanced>Port Forwarding that directs TCP to the Server’s LAN IP address. This seems pretty straightforward. However, when I go to Status>UPnP/NAT-PMP it shows no ports as forwarded. Furthermore going to CanYouSeeMe.org and checking access to both ports results in a “Connection Refused” response. Needless to say trying to access XXX.remotewebaccess.com does not work and just times out.

I have a feeling I’m just doing something wrong in setting up the router. Any suggestions?


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#2

the ports 80 and 443 are used by default Peplink Balance\router, if you can not change the port in your system i suggest to configure a port map on Port forwarding feature where you can set a different external port to local port .