I wanna Remote desktop from my PC in home to PC in my company but not success
This is my connection diagram
I wanna remote to PC 10.126.123.132 (belong to VLAN 123, I use several VLANs in Core switch) but not success, NAT seems not to work, there's no traffic logs
This is my config..
I can remote from internet to a server in DMZ zone successfully but L3_Trust zone, so I think because of using VLAN in core switch, it requires some other config.. Please help me 🙂
P/S: The public IP in the pictures is just an example IP
take a packet capture on the firewall and the end client.
If you see the syn packet on the end client this would mean the packet is getting forwarded to the client.
Check if you recieve a syn-ack back on the firewall from the client.
If that is not the case then , check the routing on the switch. For testing in the nat rule that you have created for inbound, source nat the traffic to the trustzone interface.
Share the output of pcaps and session if this still does not resolve
at this point. take a pcap on firewall and client together. Share the details.
Provide the below details
After trying rdp connection ,in the command line type
1) show session all filter source<your_public_src_ip> destination 220.127.116.11 destination-port 3389
this command will list the running sessions and the left most column is session id. Select a session id
2) show session id<session_id>
Thank you Sir, this is the picture of recive.pcap and drop.pcap, there's nothing in transmit.pcap and firewall.pcap. I'm sorry, due to security reason, I'm not allowed to upload capture file here
18.104.22.168 is my public IP from internet zone
I also run command show session all filter source<your_public_src_ip> destination 22.214.171.124 destination-port 3389 but there's no active session
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