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  • How to design my network

    I have a very simple question. I want to set up a network, I had a windows serer 2003, a dlink router, and I had a static IP.
    I need set up remote desktop on the server so I can visit it anywhere.
    The router now is connected to the modem as usual.
    How to set the server in order to let the remotedestop working on anywhere?
    Should I connect the server to the modem and then connect the router to the server?

    Thanks for looking the silly question.

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    Re: How to design my network

    Modem---->Router----->Server

    Then open port 3389 through the router to the server. AKA NAT or Port Forwarding.

    Google your model and NAT or port forwarding surely you will find instructions.
    "...if I turn out to be particularly clear, you've probably misunderstood what I've said” - Alan Greenspan

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      Re: How to design my network

      Here is a good site that offers guides on enabling Port Forwarding on a range of routers. Just pick the make and model then choose what service you are going to run and it will give you step by step instructions.

      Regards,

      Jewen.

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