pf & remote desktop protocol
this is not really freebsd specific but not sure where it should go..
I am attempting to setup quite a few of our Windows desktops with RDP through PF ... I can setup a port redirect to 3389 or change the port for a particular windows box and port redirect on that port, but I would *really* like to keep the windows boxes on the standard RDP port 3389 and then have the incoming port different (ie 3390, 3391, 3392, 3393, etc).
In graphical form:
WAN Port - xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:3389 -> PF Port Forwarding -> WinPC:3389 Works
WAN Port - xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:3390 -> PF Port Forwarding -> WinPC:3390 Works
WAN Port - xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:3390 -> PF Port Forwarding -> WinPC:3389
I tried the following rule but without success:
rdr on $ext_if proto tcp from any to any port 3133 -> 192.168.1.133 port 3389
For the reason: When doing software updates, I operate on the local network and use remote desktop internally ... it would be nice not to maintain a list of each port (not to mention having to modify registry on each computer). I thought of possibly doing a VPN but given the extra configuration on the Windows box + additional support, keeping with just a port redirect RDP seems easier.
Thanks for any advice!!
|pf, port redirect, rdp, windows|
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