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Remote acces to web admin eMG80

Remote acces to web admin eMG80

Remote acces to web admin eMG80

Hello, how can i access to the web admin page from distance?
My MPB address is: and i set my firewall IP address is : xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

What i have to do else? what address i have to enter from distance?

Thank you.

RE: Remote acces to web admin eMG80

You need to ensure the system is on the same subnet as the lan it is sitting on, is it's default but the customer network may be different, also set the gateway address. Make sure you have a different admin login with a strong password. The router will need to have a port forward set up to allow traffic from the outside world through to the system. I use a non standard port number from the outside forwarded to port 443 on the emg. If the router doesn't support port translation you can change the web port on the emg. When you want to connect just use https://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:yyyyy where yyyyy is whatever port number you chose. To find the remote ip use whatismyip.com from the customer lan.

RE: Remote acces to web admin eMG80

as above basically id also be building a firewall rule in to only allow access from your office ip etc .

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