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 on: Thursday 24 May 2018, 02:26:55 am 
Started by venkat - Last post by venkat
Version: 3.2.2

We want to SNAT traffic from Src IP: going to Dst IP: be Source Nat to We already have a VPN tunnel between 2 of our sites for carrying traffic between & Once we get the Natting up, we can forward the traffic destined to via this IPSec tunnel after Source Natting to

When we go to NAT > SNAT option, we don't find any option to manually enter IP for Source Natting, but instead there is only drop-down option to select the Firewall's pre-existing LAN IP & WAN IP.

Can someone kindly help us with doing this requirement. I'm new to Endian & not sure how to figure this out.

 on: Saturday 19 May 2018, 02:04:56 am 
Started by therhoo - Last post by therhoo
Todo resuelto chicos, era tan simple como hacer una regla en el trafico de salida y agregarle el puerto del server...

 on: Friday 18 May 2018, 07:37:04 am 
Started by therhoo - Last post by therhoo
Hola buenas, estoy de practicante en una empresa, y resulta que me mandan a instalar un firewall para controlar el trafico porque la red esta muy lenta. EL tema es que legi Endian porque es facil de instalar, aprender y configurar, la cuestión es que logre configurar el proxy https y https, todo bien hasta ahi, concedi permisos a ciertos equipos (que son los del departamento ti) para que se saltacen este proxy. Hasta ahi todo bien, fue el problema hasta que trate de conectarme al sistema que tienen alojado en AWS, no logra entrar, solo queda el navegador cargando hasta que envia mensaje de que el servidor no se encuentra, no responde, etc... y es de vital importancia que este pueda comunicarse ya que los empleados utilizan el sistema.

MI topologia de prueba que tengo ahora es mas a menos asi: ISP -> Endian -> switch -> maquina cliente (ubuntu 16.04), tengo ademas un router conectado al switch para que de wifi a los dispositivos móviles.

Tengo configurada la zona Verde como lan y la zona roja como wan dhcp.
si pudiesen orientarme mejor en esto se los agradeceria un monton

 on: Friday 18 May 2018, 01:32:11 am 
Started by v.bas - Last post by v.bas
Got such situation:
endian site Lan:   |   remote Site
all traffic that  destinain is  IP from route through
can I do so via endian?

 on: Wednesday 16 May 2018, 07:10:51 pm 
Started by keysman75 - Last post by DonaldWhack
Model :

Hardware Version : Not Clear

Firmware Version :


In the PDF guide, it says "Suitable for: TL-ER6120, TL-ER6020, TL-ER604W" in the Client-To-LAN IPSec/PPTP section. Does this mean the R600VPN is only suitable for Site-To-Site connection ?

 on: Wednesday 16 May 2018, 07:17:58 am 
Started by cianes - Last post by cocoalcazar
Que te parece si mejor le cambias el puerto de escucha al servidor rdp ?


Prueba con eso.

 on: Sunday 29 April 2018, 06:56:10 am 
Started by Gordonj - Last post by Gordonj
Good evening all.
I have a client that uses a satellite connection ( very remote in africa)( 800ms latency) , the office pc needs to pop mail and send mail , and connect to the headoffice in south africa via RDP.

Please assist in showing me the Qos rules to give the above services top bandwidth usage , and all other services like https , facebook etc , very low priority ,

I cannot block these sites as the guests use facebook  , web browsing etc.


 on: Friday 20 April 2018, 07:00:39 am 
Started by Gordonj - Last post by Gordonj
Good evening all.
Which report will give me the exact amount of data sent and received on the wan port.

I need this to compare with the usage report supplied by the ISP.
There seems to be a big discrepancy between the isp and what I see on some of the red interface report.

 on: Wednesday 18 April 2018, 01:03:13 am 
Started by davidebaio - Last post by davidebaio
Hi everybody, I'm new in this kind of things so I'm really trying my best with my limited knowledge of the topic.

I need to create a VPN access for some users who are travelling.

I created users and password in VPN, activated both IPSec and OpenVPN; I created the VPN connection on the computer, inserting the public IP Address of the firewall. But when I'm prompted for the credentials, the connection loads and loads.... until it fails.... I am really out of clues.

I noticed that if I ping the Public IP address of the firewall from an external connection, it says "ping timed out". I don't know if it's part of the problem.

Can someone please help me? Thank you

 on: Saturday 14 April 2018, 10:42:43 pm 
Started by assx - Last post by eduardojonck

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