RD Gateway internal IPs

van Daalen 41 Reputation points
2024-03-21T15:57:04.9+00:00

Hi,

I might be missing something here , but cant seem to find out where to look.

We are running an RD Deployment and when we first deployed it years ago we thought we would place the gateway in a DMZ, so people from the internet could connect securely to RDS. Long story short, we never placed anything in the DMZ and now have the 3 servers with a combined role RD webaccess and RD Gateway. The gateways didn't do anything because we used the "Bypass RD Gateway server for local addresses". However, recently our network department changed our local LANs resulting in our RD Gateways handling lots of "external" connections to be routed to the broker. They are using new subnets.I added one of these subnets to sites and services but this doenst fix it. Do i need to tell the GW's these new subnets are internally somewhere? Maybe the network department missed anything?

Any ideas would be great :-) 

Thx!

LEVD

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  1. Karlie Weng 13,951 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2024-03-26T02:21:49.7433333+00:00

    Hello,

    You may also need to change your CB's ip so your PCs are placed in the same subnets.

    Otherwise, GW don’t recognize your PCs as a Local Address.

    In other words, your client cannot contact your CB directly. You can double confirm it by change settings in your client(mstsc -> options -> Do not use an RD GW)


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