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How to setup RDP forwarding to non standard port number

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Hi

I would like to setup port forwarding for RDP to a static IP address on my network(example: 202.202.32.39:9990) with a different port number besides 3389 RDP. What are the exact steps involved to do this on an adtran 3448.

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Re: How to setup RDP forwarding to non standard port number

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That looks like the ACL for this port forward.  This is what it should look like.capture.acl.png

The entire policy should look like this, but with your desired IP addresses:

capture5.PNG

That will do it.  The important part in the policy is to provide the port translation. 

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1.  You can change the port number that destination computer is listening on for RDP.  Then you just do a port forward on that number.  You have to edit the registry to do that.

2.  You can simple do a port translation when you configure your port forward on the NV 3448.  sample code:

The access list:

ip access-list extended myrdp

  remark My RDP port forward

  permit tcp any host 202.202.32.39 eq 9990 log

The policy class:

ip policy-class Public

  nat destination list myrdp address <the private IP of the destination computer> port 3389

it can be done with the web GUI as well.  See the attach screen capture.Capture.PNG

I hope this helps.

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Understood but if I use the web gui and I configure the port forward as you show in your pic what do I enter here to complete the translation?

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Thanks for your help!

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That looks like the ACL for this port forward.  This is what it should look like.capture.acl.png

The entire policy should look like this, but with your desired IP addresses:

capture5.PNG

That will do it.  The important part in the policy is to provide the port translation. 

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Did that example work for you? Let me know if you need further assistance. If it’s good. Please mark the question as answered.

Thanks

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No this is not working yet. I believe I need to enable RDP on the PC and its currently disabled. I am seeing if someone onsite could enable it. I will report back shortly. thanks

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This worked great once RDP was enabled on the PC - thanks for all your help!

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