rv042 DNS...???

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by toddvin, Nov 15, 2006.

  1. toddvin

    toddvin LI Guru Member

    Hello all,

    Not sure if im posting this in the right section (or even the right website for that matter) but ill give it a shot...

    Ive got a small Hospice that is behind an RV042. They have a primary server and a secondary server. The secondary server runs a health care application that the Doctors should be able to access from the web (http://name of secondary server/onlineorders/login.aspx), however due to the fact that it is an internal website and there are no DNS records for it at thier ISP, they obviously cannot access it. When I substitue the ip address for the name of the server in the URL, I get a login box but it appears to be asking for the username and password for the rv042 and when I enter it get a "page cannot be displayed" page When I enter the servers username and password I am propmted to enter the correct username or password.. Is there any way that anyone knows about to get this request forwarded to the proper server via the rv042 (or any other method for that matter)?

    I have likely not provided enough information but who knows...

    If you need more, ask away....

    Thanks a lot!!!

  2. d__l

    d__l Network Guru Member

    I think you would want to set up port forwarding to the IP of the server, so if the incoming requests to the server were on say, port 80, then the port forward rule would pass all that port 80 traffic to that server.

    Is your broadband access on a static IP or dynamic?
  3. toddvin

    toddvin LI Guru Member

    It is a static iP. I will continue working on this and if I find a solution I will post and if any one else has ideas...let me know...
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