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12-30-2004, 09:55 PM
I have installed the TS Server, when I click on the icon and click on admin, a page comes up that says http://localhost:14534/slogin.html website not respoding, i am running a linksys router and no firewall, with aol security edition, any help would be great.
01-01-2005, 01:05 PM
I suspect the router, but then, I always suspect the router. (Guess that's why I don't use one.)
First suggestion is to fully bypass the router direct to your dialup or cable ISP and see if that corrects the problem. If so, the finger points to the router.
Perhaps some of our router guys can help if that's the case.
01-01-2005, 01:48 PM
I have the same set-up and experienced the same problem. Ed's got the solution to figure who the culprit is and I agree it's probably the router and or router settings. After many battles with port forwarding and assignments etc., I gave up. Too many errors, fix one and another shows up. Hope someone can step-up here to help. I'll be watching this one close myself.
01-01-2005, 07:54 PM
Your linksys router is the firewall.
Process of elimination:
1: Bypass the router as suggested. If it then works the router is the problem. If you cannot bypass the router then configure it NoNat. That will do the same as bypassing it.
2: If it still doesn't work then you need to add the TS local address to your allowed sites in internet explorer. As it is a localhost error then I suggest this may well be the problem. If you are running XP SP 2 then Internet explorer will have some pages blocked by default. To add it do the following:
Internet explorer menu: Tools / Internet options / security / Click on the green tick (Trusted sites) and then on the sites button. Enter the full address of your local TS in the add site box and then OK out of there. You must close IE and re-start it to take effect.
That is for the benefit of those using Internet Explorer.
You will need to do the same in your AOL browser and unfortunately I do not know where the security settings are in AOL Browser.
FTR Here is a list of ports that TS uses:
UPD 8767 (Voice)
TCP 14534 (This is for the web interface and may well be blocked in XP SP2 Firewall) Add it
TCP 51234 (This is a TCP query port)
I suggest you try enabling all these ports in your XPSP2 Firewall as your problem appears to be local so I am not thinking you pass through your router unless your TS server is on another machine outside of your LAN or you are trying to access it from outside your LAN.
Really need more info but there's something to be working on meantime.........
More info needed:
Where is your TS Server installed? On your local machine, on another machine in your LAN or on another machine outside your LAN?
Where are you trying to access the web interface from? The machine in which TS Server is installed, Another machine on your LAN or another machine from outside your LAN?
Will be able to help if you answer the above questions.
Bear in mind that if it is LOCAL or you are accessing it on a local machine in your LAN then you will not need to change your Linksys router.
Hope that has been of some assistance to ya.
01-03-2005, 10:13 AM
Check this out http://www.PortForward.com
01-03-2005, 09:42 PM
I got it to work, after we opened the ports I still had the problem. The problem was aol was set as my default browser and wouldn't let it connect. I set internet explorer as my default browser and it connected just fine.
Thank you to everyone who helped me out.
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