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tomcropx2015
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SX10 - how to access web interface behind a firewall

Howdy

 

I have a very basic setup, a home router and behind it SX10. I am unable to access the web interface of the unit remotely. Is there a port i need to enable or something?

 

When the unit was connected directly to modem, with public IP, I was able to connect the web interface.

 

any suggestions here?

 

I did not enter anything in the AllowRemote field.

 

thanks in advance!!

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Web interface can be accessed ether using HTTP (80) or HTTPS (443).  Up to you how you'd want to deploy it, but you could use NAT on your router, port forwarding, or even put the SX10 in the router's DMZ.

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Acevirgil de Ocampo
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If your router support static NAT (Network Address Translation), this would be possible. 

 

regards,

Acevirgil

 

thanks!

Web interface can be accessed ether using HTTP (80) or HTTPS (443).  Up to you how you'd want to deploy it, but you could use NAT on your router, port forwarding, or even put the SX10 in the router's DMZ.

tomcropx2015
Beginner

thanks opening port 80 or 443 did the trick!

 

much obliged

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