10-11-2013 07:24:20 PM
Does anyone happen to know the IP Address (or range) that AT&T utilizes to create the IPSec tunnel with the 3G micro cell? I would like to create specific firewall rules for that range of address, so that I can create other IPSec tunnels into my same gateway. So far (by looking at my logs, in addition to reading through / searching this forum) I believe the following are utilized:
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
10-11-2013 08:37:12 PM
10-11-2013 08:57:35 PM
10-11-2013 10:22:18 PM
I tried calling customer service a few days ago... That didn't go well. I can't believe I'm the only person who's ever wanted to use a MicroCell through the same gateway as their own IPSec tunnel!
What you are asking for is a very specific, technical question that Support does not have the technical expertise to answer. It goes beyond the normal set up and troubleshooting procedures which is what Support is for. Is there a reason why you want to use your own IPSec tunnel and not the ones that AT&T routinely uses?
10-11-2013 10:45:48 PM
My Gateway is a VPN server. Therefore, I have several clients that connect to my gateway via IPSec to create a VPN. When the Microcell is behind my gateway, I need to port forward the IPSec ports to the Microcell; thus I am not able to connect to my own VPN server. If I know the IP Address of AT&T, I will be able to create a firewall rule that the requests to setup / connect via IPSec from AT&T will be routed to the Microcell, not my VPN server. Also, I will be able to say "all other requests" (which should be from my clients), can be routed to my VPN server.
10-12-2013 07:30:51 AM
I understand what and why you're asking, but AT&T is not likely to fence themselves in by publishing, and then having to stick to, a list of such addresses. I think you're on the right road with 22.214.171.124/16. My suggestion would be to use that for AT&T until one of your customers pops up with an address in that space, and then deal with that by subdividing to get your customers address out of the space.
10-12-2013 10:34:54 AM