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X - Sessions - 16.Apr.2002 7:53:00 PM   
trav7376

 

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I'm trying to configure a remote client using Reflection X access to a published server.
I know that xdmcp uses UDP port 177 and X Windows Systems uses ports 6000-6063. I've created the protol definition of recieve udp port 177, created the access policy and published the server. I stuck on allowing the port 6000 back out as a destination port to the client x-server.

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RE: X - Sessions - 19.Apr.2002 12:25:00 AM   
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when you defined the protocol definition did you allow secondary connections out bound for the specified range?

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RE: X - Sessions - 19.Apr.2002 2:13:00 AM   
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Yes,
Protocol Definition is: UDP 177 Receive
Secondary Connection is: TCP 6000 - 6063 outbound

I created a protocol rule allowing that definition to any request with an always schedule for testing purposes, later I'll narrow if down to a specific IP range.

Then I published the server verifying the proper IP addresses and choose the above created protocol as the mapped protocol to use.

I am able to publish the same server as a telnet server. This works just fine remotely.

After analyzing the packets the external interface appears to be still blocking the udp port 177 from entering into the private network.

I'll give it a shot again, I'll completely start over and recreate it all. I'll sniff both sides to see what gets passed back and forth and let you know.

Thanks

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RE: X - Sessions - 19.Apr.2002 3:31:00 AM   
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sniff would be great data to have let me know how it goes another quick thought is the published server able to reply on UDP 177? you had to manually create that so try to have a protocol rule associated with the published server

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