RDP gateway server



  • pfSense supports RDP gateway server ?

    Thanks.



  • Remote Desktop Gateway just needs ports 443 tcp and 3391 udp port-forwarded, so if you mean can pfSense port forward these particular ports then the answer is 'yes'.



  • @muswellhillbilly:

    Remote Desktop Gateway just needs ports 443 tcp and 3391 udp port-forwarded, so if you mean can pfSense port forward these particular ports then the answer is 'yes'.

    If I understand the question correctly, RDP gateway needs only TCP 443 allowed from the WAN, or forwarded to the gateway if it doesn't have a public IP.  If the targets are on different subnets than the gateway (if, for example, the gateway is in a DMZ network) then the gateway will need to be able to access the targets on TCP 3389.

    M



  • This is my question :



  • Based on what you've asked so far - which isn't much - then you've had an answer. Pfsense will forward pretty much any port(s) required, so if your gateway server is in a DMZ then you'll need port 443 (and 3391 if you want to include UDP transport) opened inbound from the outside and another port forward from your DMZ to your LAN on port 3389.

    If you still don't think this is an answer, then perhaps you should rephrase the question?


  • Banned

    @userSense:

    This is my question :

    Sorry, I don't get the "question"… Try again.



  • Thanks guys

    I set L2TP / IPSec, and through the tunnel using rdp.

    greeting


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