RTMP Port Test Fail
Hey I am having an issue with rtmp ports. I am brand new to PFsense as I came into my current job after it was already setup (kind of) and I am planning on doing a redo of the system over the summer. I just can't get my head around pfsense and I am unsure of where to open things up.
Here is a log from the test I ran from http://www.therealtimeweb.com/index.cfm/2004/10/2/fms-port-tester?CFID=1709278&CFTOKEN=70940558
RMTP Default Failed 0.3s
RMTP Port 1935 Failed 0.3s
RMTP Port 80 Failed 0.3s
RMTP Port 443 Failed 0.3s
RMTPT (Tunneling) Default Failed 0.3s
RMTPT (Tunneling) Port 80 Failed 0.3s
RMTPT (Tunneling) Port 443 Failed 0.3s
RMTPT (Tunneling) Port 1935 Failed 0.3s
Not sure what this means?
But if you want unsolicited traffic to be sent to a IP behind pfsense - then its a simple port forward.
That was my initial thought. And it should work, but either I am doing it wrong or something else, because after forwarding the ports I still have no success.
And what is in front of your pfsense.. Like 99 out of 100 times users have issues with port forwards that I help with its because pfsense is behind a NAT already and the traffic never gets there.
Or they uncheck the box to have pfsense auto create the firewall rule for the forward.
Your correct port forwards take like 2 seconds to setup, if not working either the traffic is not getting to pfsense (double nat) or your doing it wrong ;)
Common mistake is also putting in something in the source port, when 99.999% of the time the source port should be ANY. Since the application making a connection to your service is going to be using some random port above 1023.