RVL200 allows port 80 even when blocked!

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by lucaf, Nov 2, 2007.

  1. lucaf

    lucaf LI Guru Member

    Even though my RVL200 has currently no open port configured, people from the outside are able to connect to a Web page on the inside which should not be available unless I specifically 1) I create an access rule to allow traffic in, 2) I map the public IP to the internal IP.
    Well, I haven't done either 1 or 2 but if you if I go to my public IP from the Internet you will be able to access the Web page of the monitoring system I have behind the firewall. This should not happen!

    This makes no sense!.
    I have never mapped the public IP to that specific PC running the monitoring system.
    I do not have DMZ enabled.
    under "firewall" HTTP is disabled
    I have no access rules configured (other than the default allow and deny)
    the internal IP of the server is
    I am running 1.1.8

    Any suggestion would be appreciated

  2. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    can you pm me your wan IP I would like to see this. I have not had this problem myself. if it is then somehow port forwarding is pushing port 80 to a recognised IP address, something that it does not do without user input.

    have you run any port scanning on your system? is upnp enabled?

    btw you title says that port 80 is blocked. but you said no additional access rules are enabled. enable port 80 to block from outside to inside and see if that works.
  3. andrewbadera

    andrewbadera LI Guru Member

    I'm seeing similar issues with my WRVS440N as noted in my thread currently about a half dozen below this one ...
  4. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    Please keep this on topic of the RVL200.
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