port forwarding in SBS2003 network.  
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aussiebloke79





PostPosted: Sun Nov 06 18:52:21 PST 2005 Top

SBS >> port forwarding in SBS2003 network.

We added a DVR security system in SBS2003 network which requires port 80,
4555 and 5555 to be forwarded. how to forward those port to DVR Security
System on SBS standard edition. The router we have is dink.

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Russ





PostPosted: Sun Nov 06 18:52:21 PST 2005 Top

SBS >> port forwarding in SBS2003 network. Open up your Dlink in a browser. (I assume you made a Typo)
http://yourdlinksIP

Login as Admin and password... (If you forgot the password you will have to
push the RESET of it.)

Then Go to the Port Forwarding section, and Add the Ports and forward them
to your DVR device.
If you have two NICs in the SBS you will have to Open ports in the Firewall
Section to your DVR
or If you have ISA you will have to Forward them.

If you only have 1 NIC on your SBS configuring the DLink is all you should
need.

Russ

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> We added a DVR security system in SBS2003 network which requires port 80,
> 4555 and 5555 to be forwarded. how to forward those port to DVR Security
> System on SBS standard edition. The router we have is dink.


 
 
v-edtian





PostPosted: Sun Nov 06 21:27:20 PST 2005 Top

SBS >> port forwarding in SBS2003 network. Hi:
Thank you for posting here. Also many thanks for Russ's inputs.

I am sorry for the delayed response due to weekend. Please understand that
the newsgroups are staffed weekdays by Microsoft Support professionals to
answer your systems and applications questions. Your understanding is
greatly appreciated!

You may follow the instructions provided by Russ to configure the Dlink
router.

As Russ mentioned, if your SBS Server has two network cards, you may need
to run the CEICW Wizard to publish these ports. Please open Server
Management console, navigate to 'To Do List' and click 'Connect to the
internet' in the right panel. Click and choose "Do not change connection
type", when you configure the ''Firewall'', select ''Enable firewall'' and
click ''Next''. In the services configuration window, click the Add button,
then you can enter the Service name, Protocol and Port. For example, we can
choose TCP and enter 5555 into the text box so that the wizard will
automatically publish this port to the internet.

More info:
825763 How to configure Internet access in Windows Small Business Server
2003
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=825763

If you only have one network card on the SBS Server, configuring the DLink
router is all we need to do.

Note: In SBS environment, the port 80 is already occupied by the default
web site. If the DVR security system also need to use this port, you should
disable the default web site so that they will not cause confliction.

Hope the above information helps. Please feel free to let me know if there
is anything unclear.

Have a nice day! :)

Best Regards
Edward Tian(MSFT)
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