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This is my first post and hope all you guys will help me in the issue.
I want to access the office PCs over the Internet. The office PCs are in the LAN and LAN IP is 192.168.0.2, 192.168.0.3 and so on... I can able to access them locally using WinXP Remote Desktop and tightVNC but when I try to use outside from the office over the Internet then unable to connect
We have an eTEC router in the office and I've configured the router firewall and open the port to access LAN PCs. Also have configured Windows Firewall, but no joy. I also have tried to open all TCP ports 1 to 65000 however no luck!!
Thank you in advance;
Have a nice weekend!
With logmein free version you can use as many computers as you like. With logmein pro trial you can use upto 10 computers.
I know im right becuase i have 20 on my account
you will be able to do more than 10, there is no limit on the free versionI hope free version allow me upto 10 PCs
Any other solutions, if I want to use web based remote access for all my LAN 10 PCs?
Remote Desktop web connection - http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/u...p_03may16.mspx
There is something in netsupport manager that will allow you to do this, I think its called netsupport gateway
If you configure your router properly VNC will also work
Is out there any other web base remote assistant which doesn't require any configure to firewall etc? I know the there is Microsoft's "Remote Desktop Web Connection" but it requires to configure router.
Thanks so much.
I just use teamviewer works behind any firewall no need to change any settings behind router as it does it all via http on port 80. Even works if you dont have a static ip as you will be givien a static number by teamview and you can also use it to login to windows on bootup remotly
Last edited by andrew_obrien; 24th June 2008 at 04:27 PM.
Yer its nothing special but it does the job.
For serious remote support try BeAnywhere Support Express. It works behind any firewall and with dynamic IPs. It has remote control, file transfer, live chat, support statistics, etc.
Why nobody suggested Radmin software? It's a professional tool for remote access.
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