BPL-380 - HTTPS Port Mapping, please advice

#1

I have multiple devices behind the BPL-380 which Web UI needs to be “exposed” to the WAN. Built-in web servers are HTTPS, Port=443 fixed. (can’t be changed)
When I forward Port 443 to the local IP of one device, everything works fine.
But when I introduce “Port Mapping”, HTTPS request does not go through.
Am I doing something wrong?
Thank you.

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#2

Do you mean that no traffic hits the 192.168.1.x webservers at all? Or do you get a https error message in your browser when you try and connect?

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#3

I hope you don’t mind my asking (and building on Martin’s question): There is no firewall or ISP policy between the B380 and the world that blocks port 7000 on the WAN port of the B380 from being accessed from the outside?

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#4

It looks like traffic hits the web server but page get stuck in the “loading” state.
Something is not getting resolved somewhere…

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#5

No firewall. It does not have to be Port 7000, I tried different ports…

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#6

@VideoStream

Please perform packet at the B380 verify whether the traffics is port forwarded as intended.

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