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remote web access - 404 Not Found


Zenon
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Hi,

 

The remote web access is configured, the parts 80 and 443 are redirected properly.

But when I try to use the remote web access from outside of my LAN it doesn't work.

 

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In my home LAN, when I use IP number of my server it works but using domain name xxx.remotewebaccess.com it doesn't work.

How to solve it?

 

Thank you in advance.

 

 

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Can you access the site from outside using your WAN IP and appending it with :443 ? This sounds like a DNS record hasn't been updated.

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Can you access the site from outside using your WAN IP and appending it with :443 ? This sounds like a DNS record hasn't been updated.

 

Unfortunately it doen't work:

 

my-ip/remote - error 404

my-ip:443 - redirecte to my router

my-ip:80 - > redirecte to my-ip/remote - error 404

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Control Panel>Admin Tools> IIS

 

In the left hand pane you will see Application Pools and Sites.  Expand the arrow next to sites and highlight Default Site.  Now look in the Right Hand Action Pane and click bindings.  Is there a SSL cert tied to your RWA Address?

 

Click cancel to get out of this area unless you know what you are doing.

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Click Edit on both 443 sites and see if the Cert is there.  Not having any references available right now, so far everything looks good.  But you need to check for the Cert.

 

 

**Edit**

 

Based on that image, the process looks like it did not complete correctly.  You should have a host name showing in that image and that one holds your SSL cert.  The ports should be in the "Ports" column and not in the Bindings column.

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There's your problem. The hostname should be showing on the top image.

Google something called Digicert repair tool.

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