satellite not connecting to custom port

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satellite not connecting to custom port

Trying to connect satellite to custom port on gateway.

not connecting

Any specific config needs to be done ?

 

 

 

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The Gateway uses port 4501.  If you are using a custom port (say port 8000) then you will need to put the Gateway on a Loopback, and create a Destination NAT from Public IP:8000 to Loopback IP:4501.

 

Remember that it's the Portal>Satellite config that gives-out the Gateway, so on that config is where you would put the Gateway s Public IP:8000 so that the Satellite will go to Public IP:8000 for the IPSEC connection.

 

If you're also trying to connect the Portal on a custom port (9000), that always listens on port 443.  So you would put the Portal on a Loopback, and Destination NAT from Public IP:9000 to Loopback IP:443.  Set the Satellite IPSEC connection to connect to Public IP:9000.

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L1 Bithead

The Gateway uses port 4501.  If you are using a custom port (say port 8000) then you will need to put the Gateway on a Loopback, and create a Destination NAT from Public IP:8000 to Loopback IP:4501.

 

Remember that it's the Portal>Satellite config that gives-out the Gateway, so on that config is where you would put the Gateway s Public IP:8000 so that the Satellite will go to Public IP:8000 for the IPSEC connection.

 

If you're also trying to connect the Portal on a custom port (9000), that always listens on port 443.  So you would put the Portal on a Loopback, and Destination NAT from Public IP:9000 to Loopback IP:443.  Set the Satellite IPSEC connection to connect to Public IP:9000.

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