Re: Forwarding port 443 for WHS - conflict with connectToC
12-05-2012 07:51:07 AM
Again, as I posted before, the port for the WAP and your WHS is 443, not 433. You keep typing 433, and I don't know if that is just a typo, or if you're actually trying to use that port for the WHS instead.
You cannot just delete the WAP rule. The AT&T control system will put the rule back within a few hours, making it useless.
Again, as I posted before, you have 2 choices:
1. Get the WHS working on other ports. I can't help you with that, I don't have one and I'm not familiar with it.
2. Get static IPs.
You're wasting your time and ours if you continue to pursue other attempts at a solution that we've already informed you will not work.