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Re: BR500 IPSec Windows ports appear to be filtered

hogbinj
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BR500 IPSec Windows ports appear to be filtered

I've set up a site to site IPSec VPN route (IKE2) from my remote office with the BR500 to my windows server site

 

The IP Sec tunnel is up and passing traffic.  I can ping, I can tracert, I can even log users on (LDAP pirt 386) however I cannot form a windows RDP session on port 135 as it is filtered.  I can find no way of turning the filtering off

 

I've tried a firewall Traffic rule any/any.  There doesn't seem to be an IPsec "zone" so I'm assuming its on LAN.

 

Pully my hair out a usrs can logon bit then can't access their file drives.

 

Interestingly from the server center I cannot access https:// sites at the remote office even though I can ping and tracert to them.

 

I'm sure I'm missing something very simple as the VPN at the moment is uselss as even though I can Ping I can't pass https or windows RPC traffic

Model: BR500|Insight Instant VPN Router
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hogbinj
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Re: BR500 IPSec Windows ports appear to be filtered

so grabbing at straws i followed the advice here VPN success but can't open share folder. and downgraded from Firmware 5.10.0.3 to 5.7.0.4

 

And it works.

 

How can you break something so basic as shared files and https:// in a firmware relwase without noticing???

 

James

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Model: BR500|Insight Instant VPN Router
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hogbinj
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Re: BR500 IPSec Windows ports appear to be filtered

so grabbing at straws i followed the advice here VPN success but can't open share folder. and downgraded from Firmware 5.10.0.3 to 5.7.0.4

 

And it works.

 

How can you break something so basic as shared files and https:// in a firmware relwase without noticing???

 

James

Model: BR500|Insight Instant VPN Router
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