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Posts Tagged port

07.26.2011

Stop teamviewer port 80 443 conflict

By default teamviewer uses port 80 and 443 for outbound communications. This is a problem if you are running a webserver. In order to stop teamviewer using these ports, open options, Advanced and under Advanced network settings check on Don’t use incoming port 80 and 443 (recommended for web servers only)  

10.14.2010

Cyberoam configuration to force a particular server to access internet through set connection for airvideo

If you have multiple Internet connections to your cyberoam and load balancing enabled, when a particular server is accessing the Internet it may use any of the connections based on the load balancing rules. This can effect issues like email SPF records, and also applications that use NAT to provide access externally. Recently I was […]

02.18.2010

2wire router blocking port 80 443 HTTP HTTPS website traffic

I have come across this case a couple of times where for some reason after operating successfully for some days or weeks all port 80 traffic starts getting blocked by a 2wire router. This occurs when the router is connected to the computers through a switch, as opposed to all computers connecting directly to the […]

09.27.2009

How to Remotely Enable Remote Desktop

Often you may need to remotely connect to a network workstion, but by default remote desktop is not enabled. Other than having an administrative user enable it on the workstation itself, here is a way to do it remotely. Run Regedit Select File | Connect Network Registry Enter the name of the remote computer and […]