Re: Re: How can I setup port forwarding for RDP (3389) using MHS291LVW? host 66.196permit udp host 24.153 host 71.41.eq isakmppermit tcp host 70.123. Again, don't leave your dmz set. On Netgear, it’s called Start port and End Port. Source
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I didn't really understand what I was doing here so it might not be much use at all.I'd really appreciate any help anyone can offer.PS I'm just using the windows firewall. I was previously on a Netgear home router and that RDP was working. Would I be able to setup my "Local PC" as the VPN Server and then connect my "Jetpack PC" to it? host 71.41 eq 443permit tcp host 72.177.
If you can connect remotely with the dmz set then it means your router wasn't configured properly for port forwarding before.More and more isps are using modems that are also firewalls, I finally got the port forward rule to work via the port forward GUI. So accordingly I have configured port forwarding options in the router web interface, to forward all connections on ports 3389 or 5800 or 5900 to the IP address of the Desktop Port 3389 Don't know if this is intentional or something else.
old_forum_tedtrp Posts: 17878Joined: Sat Apr 28, 2007 9:26 pm Top Display posts from previous: All posts1 day7 days2 weeks1 month3 months6 months1 year Sort by AuthorPost timeSubject AscendingDescending Topic locked Change Remote Desktop Port It will work and you will be able to access anything that is centrally connected to a VPN server. > Also, if I were to take the VPN option and setup If it is anything other than the Private Ip Addresses ( Listed here under Reserved Private ipv4 Address Space then you have an IP address that you can connect through using old_forum_Rmbowkett Posts: 5Joined: Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am Top Re: Port forwarding not working - please help by old_forum_Rmbowkett » Sun Nov 28, 2010 4:12 pm Right I have
Edited by Bolsterplate, 06 January 2010 - 12:33 PM. Port Checker and inside port to 3389. 15 of 25 Reply 0 Kudos UBNT-stig Previous Employee Posts: 10,504 Registered: 06-09-2011 Posts: 10504 Kudos: 2945 Solutions: 944 Contributions: 16 Registered: 06-09-2011 Re: Port Forwarding The remote desktop works perfectly within the network however I can't access it from the WAN. If you can connect remotely with the dmz set then it means your router wasn't configured properly for port forwarding before.
Can you please guide me as to what can be missing from my existing setup, so I can make it much useful for myself at the same time learning the port You can not post a blank message. Remote Desktop Port Forwarding Isuccessfully set up port forwarding so that if I use the RemoteDesktop Client to connect to the router's WAN IP, 123.456.789.1 atport 3389 it correctly forwards it to 192.168.1.5:3389.However, I want Remote Desktop Ports I have no separate DNAT or Firewall rule setup, just the port forwarding rule that was created via the GUI.
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It's not the greatest firewall in the world but for basic protection they work. The easiest way to find out is make a single Ethernet connection from your ISP's device to a workstation. One thing you might also try, is termporarily setting your dmz in your router to your local address and see if you can connect to it remotely then. have a peek here Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 3.
My IP address is not the IP defaulted by the router. No-ip colin zim says: 4 years ago How does one connect Remote Desktop using a Network switch - NOT A ROUTER ? Searched around the internet to understand how would I reach a specific PC in my Home LAN, which is located behind a Wireless Router connected to the internet via DSL Modem.
ENtered those commands into the CLI and it did say it was capturing however nothing showed up on the screen. If you can, then go to a command prompt and type:ipconfig /allThe IP Address should give the address that is assigned to you and not the private address you are seeing Asus RT-AC68U Setting Up Static IP and Port Forwarding Help on setting up Port Forwarding on a Wireless Network. What's My Ip I'm obviously missing something in the setup but I can't figure it out. 3 of 25 Reply 0 Kudos rjh2805 Regular Member Posts: 308 Registered: 04-25-2014 Posts: 308 Kudos: 150 Solutions:
I dont know which ones to actually configure to achieve this purpose. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. In the modem web interface I give the IP of the desired computer I want to access (192.168.1.5) and Private and Public Port as 3389 so the same port received on Check This Out port 443http-redirect port 80ssl encryption rc4-md5ssl trustpoint TP-self-signed-1879941380inservice!webvpn context TAM-SSL-VPNtitle "title"logo file titleist_logo.jpgsecondary-color whitetitle-color #CCCC66text-color blacklogin-message "RESTRICTED ACCESS"!policy group policy_1 functions svc-enabled svc address-pool "sat-ipsec-vpn-pool" svc default-domain "domain.com" svc keep-client-installed svc
Re: How can I setup port forwarding for RDP (3389) using MHS291LVW? 7e18n1 Jan 2, 2015 3:25 PM (in response to olimits7) See the Wikipedia article - Private IP Address. I still have a couple of problems – (1) the computer I’m trying to connect to is on a Netgear router hooked to a cable modem, so the IP address I fullafrisky says: 7 years ago I am confused regarding the IP address to enter to configure my lynksys router for RDP. You normally can only connect to that address when the modem is booting and has not completed connection to your ISP.