Redirecting TCP/IP Address for remote desktop or ??


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ComputerLady143

I know somebody that have remote desktop setup and instead of using and
static IP address for each computer. They are using one IP address and a
different port for each computer. I know that the port number is defined in
each registry. They are using DHCP and the address for each computer is
obtained automatically. What command would you use to redirect the DHCP IP
address to the static IP Address? I know somebody doing this and they are
using a rule in the firewall for the port number. Do you set up the redirect
in the firewall rules also? Curious to know how this is being done. The
server operating system is Windows Server 2008, workstations software is
Windows 7, Windows XP.
 
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Pegasus [MVP]

ComputerLady143 said:
I know somebody that have remote desktop setup and instead of using and
static IP address for each computer. They are using one IP address and a
different port for each computer. I know that the port number is defined
in
each registry. They are using DHCP and the address for each computer is
obtained automatically. What command would you use to redirect the DHCP IP
address to the static IP Address? I know somebody doing this and they are
using a rule in the firewall for the port number. Do you set up the
redirect
in the firewall rules also? Curious to know how this is being done. The
server operating system is Windows Server 2008, workstations software is
Windows 7, Windows XP.

Perhaps this "person" has a firewall that can direct packets to specific
NetBIOS names instead of IP addresses. I would ask him how he does it and
what firewall he uses.
 

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