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Thank you. Is there a way or tool to tell if a gateway/firewall is blocking our respond traffic? Clearly the gateway/firewall is not blocking inbound traffic to my firewall.
That's what make things weird. The school told me that they didn't block port 443 to the firewall and as you saw in the pics the firewall did receive and respond the Https requests from my home computer. This means that 443 is not blocked. Then, why I couldn't receive the responses sent by the firewall?
Thank you. Yes subnet mask 23 is correct. This information was given by our school network technician. I don't think it makes difference as the firewall's ip and the gateway's ip only differ at the last octet. Yes I couldn't https connect to the firewall from WAN when I "was attempting" to connect to it. I never…
Thank you. Checking now and will keep you updated.
Thank you. Which IP do you mean? 67.x.x.x or 158.x.x.x. Could you give more information? The 67.x.x.x is the ISP gateway through it I connect to the Internet from home. The 158.x.x.x one is the sonicwall firewall located inside a campus network. That might explain... Thank you very much.
I am connecting from WAN to the firewall. :-(
Hi thanks. It's assigned to ANY source. See the pic below:
Hi thank you. I am sure I've enabled the HTTPs port 443. See pic below.
Sorry I should've explained it clearer. The 443 port is open as you see the pic below. So in my first post you can see the firewall did received request and responded with SYN, ACK message in the first pic, but my computer never received it (2nd pic). Thank you.
I believe no. I reset the firewall and only had the interfaces setup. I didn't do anything.
Thank you. I created another topic because I think the issue is not because of my SSLVPN settings since I also couldn't access port 443 of the firewall. My other post shows that even the TCP handshaking is incomplete (my computer couldn't receive SYN,ACK packet) .... Please find my WAN interface setting and SSLVPN settings…
No I couldn't connect, nor can I https://sslvpnipaddress:443 to it. Weird. I created a different question for it. I believe they are related. Could you help take a look and advise? Thank you.…
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