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Author Topic: Telstra Mobile Broadband Proxies - external access on non standard ssl port  (Read 2307 times)

snapperhead

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Hi,

I am accessing my DNR322L which is at home from my work and outside my home by port forwarding on my router.
When I port forward port 443 (HTTPS or SSL) on the router, I can access the DNR322L from externally from my work PC and my iPhone using the Telstra Mobile Broadband network.
However, I don't want to use port 443 because it is vulnerable to common port scans and attacks.
When I port forward at the router on a different port, say 5000, I can access the DNR322L from my work network OK, but the iPhone on the Telstra Mobile Broadband network can't access it because this network uses web proxies and appears not to proxy a non standard web server port like port 5000.
Does anyone have any suggestion or information on the Telstra Mobile Broadband network that could help me solve this problem?
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DCS-5010L (wifi)
DCS-5020L (wifi)
DCS-942L (wifi)
Inside >>
DCS-931L x2 (wifi)
DCS-933L (cabled)

snapperhead

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Is there anybody out there ???
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Running an NVR : DNR-322L with 2x dedicated 8Tb WD Survellance Hdd's
Outside >>
DCS-5010L (wifi)
DCS-5020L (wifi)
DCS-942L (wifi)
Inside >>
DCS-931L x2 (wifi)
DCS-933L (cabled)

FurryNutz

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I would contact your ISP and ask them if there is any recommended ports you can use besides 443. It maybe that 443 will be to be used.

Let us know how it goes...

Hi,

I am accessing my DNR322L which is at home from my work and outside my home by port forwarding on my router.
When I port forward port 443 (HTTPS or SSL) on the router, I can access the DNR322L from externally from my work PC and my iPhone using the Telstra Mobile Broadband network.
However, I don't want to use port 443 because it is vulnerable to common port scans and attacks.
When I port forward at the router on a different port, say 5000, I can access the DNR322L from my work network OK, but the iPhone on the Telstra Mobile Broadband network can't access it because this network uses web proxies and appears not to proxy a non standard web server port like port 5000.
Does anyone have any suggestion or information on the Telstra Mobile Broadband network that could help me solve this problem?
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