RVL200 SSL issue.

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by toddvin, Oct 27, 2006.

  1. toddvin

    toddvin LI Guru Member

    OK Guys...i need some help here if possible.

    I have an RVL200 (sorry about he bad model in the subjectline...it is an rvl200) router in place in a small funrinture store. They are running SBS 2003 with Exchange 2003 running. The problem i am running into (in short) is that the users regularly connect to Outlook Web access for thier mail, port 443, so it must be forwarded to the server. Now , obviously, when I try to connect to https:\\wan ip to connect the SSL vpn i get the Windows 2003 welcome page. Also, if remote management on the RVL200 is turned on, regardless of the port that it is using (i tried 80, 8080. 60000, etc) then Outlook webaccess no longer functions (page cannont be displayed). As soon as I turn off remote management, OWA works fine again. If remote management is on, the the SSL connection works fine, however the OWA does not.

    Linksys support resommended that I change the port that OWA uses...anyone have any other options for me? please?

    Thanks a lot, any help is appreciated.

  2. ifican

    ifican Network Guru Member

    That has been an ongoing issue with many devices no just that one. As you have noticed if remote management is one, you cannot make anything else work on port 443. Your best bet if you want to keep remote access is to use a different for OWA. What i have done in certain instances is use 443 for what i wanted. And if i needed remote management i would use quickvpn to connect and the access remote management via the internal ip.
  3. toddvin

    toddvin LI Guru Member

    Thanks, i do not care if remote management is on as I jsut connect remotely withy RDP or PC Anywhere and view locally. Has any been able to make this work by simply changing the OWA port? Even if I disable Remote Management, I cannot access the SSL page as i need 443 forwarded to the Exchange server. I dont suppose there is any way to change the port that the router uses for SSL? Any one have any good info on changing the OWA port?

    Thanks a lot!!

  4. ifican

    ifican Network Guru Member

    Per your post you stated that OWA works fine if remote management is turned off. Is that not the case? And have you forwarded 443 to the internal ip that the owa server is running on?
  5. toddvin

    toddvin LI Guru Member

    OWA works fine if Remote Management is turned off however then I cannot get to the SSL login screen of the router. So it is either OWA or SSL. I cannot get both to work together....

    I do have 443 forwarded to the Exchange server.


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