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Topic # 65033 28-Jul-2010 08:58
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Anyone using MozyPro through an Ipcop box or similar? The ipcop firewall is blocking it from working. Mozy uses port 443/TCP. I DMZ'd the PC's ip but still no luck. Any suggestions?

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  Reply # 357855 28-Jul-2010 17:38
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What's your config? Like, is there just a standard ADSL modem on one ethernet interface then IPcop in the middle of that to your network?

If so, make sure your IPcop firewall is getting forwarded everything to it, either set it in a DMZ with your Modem (on the modems interface) or put the modem into Half Bridge mode.

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  Reply # 357967 28-Jul-2010 21:23
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"Standard ADSL modem on one ethernet interface then IPcop in the middle of that to your network."

I will check it out tomorrow, but it backed up today so Mozy may have had issues when I installed it yesterday. Will check the modem settings while I'm there.
Thanks :-)

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