Have been running a DX4000 for our small company mostly as a file server and to perform client backups of Windows machines. Our users store Word, Excel, and PDFs, and a big image library of jpgs and gifs.
I use RDP to manage the DX4000 (versus just opening the dashboard).
Outside of my own administration of the DX4000 via RDP, none of us in the company need to access this remotely - either onsite or offsite.
It was initially setup with a static IP, and I think it’s time to change that as it is now getting a brute-force attack through RDP and I don’t see any option to change the RDP listening port on the Sentinel.
Another thing is, our building will be going from DSL to Cable in a few months, which will surely cause an issue with the Static IP on the Sentinel.
So question is, is this a big deal to go from static IP to DHCP on this thing, or will it just create more problems?
Thanks for any help or advice here!