reassigning ports

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by kps, Apr 3, 2005.

  1. kps

    kps Guest

    Im running sbs2k3 and have 2 nics. I switched ISP's and now have a dynamic
    ip. I have a client running to update my nameservers if the address changes
    and it works. The issue is my new isp blocks port 80. I went to IIS and
    changed my port for default website to 8080. I also went to my dns company
    and added a redirect from to The
    problem is I still can not access the webpage from outside. I see under
    routing and remote access->ip routing->Nat/basic firewall Services and Ports
    tab that my web server (HTTP) properties shows that in incoming port is set
    at port 80 (and outgoing is 80). They are greyed out so I can not change
    them. Any advice? What am I missing?
    kps, Apr 3, 2005
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  2. I had a similar poblem with port 25 which I resolved by adding a service
    while running CEICW. In the service I added the ports and then edited them in
    the Routing NAT. The new service is not greyed out.
    Good luck
    Fred Andreone, Apr 3, 2005
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  3. kps

    kps Guest

    Thanks. I will give it a try. 25 is not blocked for me and my mail is
    coming through without a problem. My topology may be different from yours.
    My first device is my SBS directly under Verizon's FIOS ONT box. My router
    is below my SBS.
    kps, Apr 3, 2005
  4. kps

    kps Guest

    I added a service in CIECW called web server2 with port 8080 and I still cant
    reach from outside the network.
    kps, Apr 4, 2005
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