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MX64 Firewall not allowing saving a configuration with a rule to pass camera traffic

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MX64 Firewall not allowing saving a configuration with a rule to pass camera traffic

I'm trying to configure a rule to pass traffic from port 80 from a camera at 192.168.1.38 out to be accessible from the Internet however there already is a rule allowing port 80 traffic from 192.168.1.8 to be available via port 8000.

When I try to save the configuration it says the setting can not be saved and I should try later however the firewall doesn't like a forwarding rule requesting port 80 to be accessible via port 81 or port 8080.  Any idea why this isn't working on a firewall ?   Since I'm accessing the configuration it's reachable.  

 

 

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Re: MX64 Firewall not allowing saving a configuration with a rule to pass camera traffic

Can you take screenshots of what you are trying to do exactly please, that will help us determine whats going on.

Meraki CMNO, Ruckus WISE, Sonicwall CSSA, Allied Telesis CASE & CAI
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Re: MX64 Firewall not allowing saving a configuration with a rule to pass camera traffic

MX64-Rules.PNGRules already in place and trying to add the last one.

 

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Re: MX64 Firewall not allowing saving a configuration with a rule to pass camera traffic

Hi Lubandw1, Since MX uses port 80 for its local page, try changing the DVR port.
Terry VASQUEZ Jr.
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Re: MX64 Firewall not allowing saving a configuration with a rule to pass camera traffic

Getting this response when trying to add the Davis-Cam rule:

MX64 Error.PNG

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Re: MX64 Firewall not allowing saving a configuration with a rule to pass camera traffic

Keeping a response saying "Settings Could not be saved. Please verify your connection and try again later. "

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Re: MX64 Firewall not allowing saving a configuration with a rule to pass camera traffic

Appears it won't let me save port 81 or 8080 but changed it to port 135 and appears to have accepted the rule.  Now to see if it works.  

Ben
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Re: MX64 Firewall not allowing saving a configuration with a rule to pass camera traffic

You can't let the MX listen to 1 port for multiple apps...  Because you have an 8080 rule you can't add a second 8080 rule. 

 

So make sure you don't add "double" ports in your firewall configuration. 

 

Cheers,

Ben

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