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Need help how to access coldfusion 11 from outside via port forwading.

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Apr 18, 2017

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hi all!

i want to access my http://localhost:8080/cfusion_dev/CFIDE/administrator/index.cfm from outside.

i already configure my router to port forwading 8080 but still i cant access?

i have windows server 2012 r2 operating system..

guys can you give me a instruction how to fix this..

thank you!

regards,

boygie

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Need help how to access coldfusion 11 from outside via port forwading.

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hi all!

i want to access my http://localhost:8080/cfusion_dev/CFIDE/administrator/index.cfm from outside.

i already configure my router to port forwading 8080 but still i cant access?

i have windows server 2012 r2 operating system..

guys can you give me a instruction how to fix this..

thank you!

regards,

boygie

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guys i this one also.

i check my port on http://www.yougetsignal.com/ i got result port was closed.

but if trace 8080 port on asa wife wall i got allow result.

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Apr 19, 2017

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This could be a range of issues, all depending on your hardware. Its not really an issue related to Coldfusion. I would recommend asking on a forum that gives help for port forwarding / server management.

The other obvious thing I can add is that I assume you have checked the (windows) firewall on the server itself. Is it active and if so, does it also allow port 8080

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Apr 19, 2017

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In IIS, go to your website -> bindings and make sure you have 8080 listed as a port. IIS is the one doing the listening, not CF.

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You may want to check the firewall on the server as you can set rules in here for local / domain traffic and external traffic.

Have a look at the MS guides Add or Edit Firewall Rule (for Remote access) or https://www.vultr.com/docs/how-to-open-a-port-in-windows-firewall-on-windows-server-2012 (for 'PUBLIC' access).

Andrew

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