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By kphayes710 ·
Does Verizon DSL for Business block port 443 (https) incoming? My client has DSL and they can view the intranet from outside their network however they cannot access OWA and Remote Web Workspace. They are using SBS 2003. I didn't know if Verizon is blocking this port? don't have this problem wiht clients that use Cable or T1 Lines.

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by Jack-M In reply to Does Verizon DSL for Busi ...

Verizon does not block any ports. It's just an open pipe from your computer to their central office where it's switched or connected to wherever your destination in the Internet is.

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by weijen1682002 In reply to


I have recently subscribed VERIZON BROADBAND DSL for home office. It just don't connnect to my company VPN Server. The Windows XP SP2 VPN setup was fine using Cable BROADBAND connection; however, after I switch to DSL, I can not connect thru XP VPN setup. I received "ERROR: 800 Unable to establish VPN connection." I spent few hours with Verizon helpdesk in India without any luck. Do you know if this VPN problem caused by Verizon dynamic IP address? Do I need to subscribe a static IP address in order to get VPN connection with Windows XP VPN setup? Can you help me?

Thanks a lot in advance!


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by santos2674 In reply to VERIZON DSL vs. WINDOWS X ...

I heard recently that with any DSL company you still need to pay the extra $10 bucks MO to get a static IP and that it will block any incoming ports unless you have the Static IP. Just call and ask.


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