Still have problems accessing the LS Live over the internet with https.Using the following settings on the LS Live;
Web access>service setup.
Web access; enabled
enter buffalonas name and key
auto configure upnp; enable
external port; set automatically
Ensure that DNS details are entered in the LS admin UI. Settings on Netgear Router DG834GT.
Static IP assigned for LS
Upnp automatically adds services for the ports chosen by buffalonas to the LS
One can disable the Upnp and chose the external port.
Then in Services; add tcp/udp on 9000 and the chosen external port number
Firewall; add inbound new services as above
Firewall; Add inbound rule for https/443
Firewall; Default outbound rule is all services enabled. No need to change.
So now it's all good to go, but the LS Live uses separate ports for internal and external access.
Within my internal network the buffalonas page loads without problem on https://192.xxx.xxx.xxx:9000
Externally, the page attempts to load on https://xx.xxx.xx.xx:45259
but this error is returned;
"HTTP 502 Proxy Error - The specified Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) port is not allowed. ISA Server is not configured to allow SSL requests from this port. Most Web browsers use port 443 for SSL requests. (12204) Internet Security and Acceleration Server"
Not surprisingly, the network at work will only allow SSL through port 443. I've tried setting the external port to 443 but I still don't get a connection. Needless to say, by reverting to normal http I have access without problem both internally and externally.
To me, it seems bizarre that Buffalo have gone to the trouble of making this web access, setting up the buffalonas site so that people can access data accross the internet and then add a security feature that prevents this access.