first of all thanks for your time.
Remote control is made using IE.
(Funny that Firefox can't view properly, as usual web developer
thinking on IE only).
Connection are very simple:
default port is 80!
When you try like this a default home page is displayed with a request
of user login but not in a separate windows (like ftp access).
I did try to the server to activate Windows Firewall (well, if we can
call it firewall) and block all the ports except port 80 in TCP.
From the 2nd PC I try to login and it went through perfectly.
Meaning that probably is using only port 80.
I did try netstat-n while trying to login and found that is opening
port 80 and 8081
Of course it hang during login process with the same result and error
msg as before (the reason why i'm here) that is "NETWORK CONNECTION
So I went on m0n0 and open port 80, 8080 to 8090 towards the server.
But still can't connect and return same error.
What could it be ?
On 7/26/06, C. Andrew Zook <andrewzook at pdqlocks dot com> wrote:
> Are you sure that it isn't SSL or an FTP server? On your client, run a
> "netstat -n" to see your connections.
> Dr Who wrote:
> > Hi to everybody.
> > I have a problem with my CCTV system running on WinXP and Kodicom card.
> > This system is offering a webserver that can be accessed from remote
> > to check and monitor the CCTV system.
> > As the system was running around Apache (for windows) i was thinking
> > that normal http ports to be opened was enought (80, 8080,etc) but I
> > was wrong.
> > It's about 3 days that I can access the webserver from remote, the
> > homepage of the system is loaded properly but it fail the login
> > process.
> > This is I'm using M0n0 and ADSL modem in PPPoe as WAN
> > If I connect the modem directly to this dedicated PC and setup a
> > broadband connection (for ADSL), everything is working smooth from
> > remote.
> > There are 2 pc in the LAN, and the other PC can access this webserver
> > perfectly.
> > Please note that Windows Firewall has been disable for the moment.
> > Both PC are in the LAN (I did not connect this PC on OPT1 because
> > sometimes I need to share some files) and I tried to open as many
> > ports in M0n0 towards this PC but no success.
> > Last just now, I tried to open (firewall and NAT) all ports from 1 to
> > 65535 towards this PC (192.168.0.22) but still the same problem:
> > webpage can load, login failed after loaded the graphic interface.
> > I believe it's a problem of setting in the M0n0 as the 2nd PC can
> > access this webserver without any problem.
> > I tried to scan the ports (listening) on this PC but it returned only
> > 80,123,137
> > I did check and really port 80 is NAT to this PC.
> > Please help
> > Thank you
> > D.
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