Remote desktop through modem + router

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Domenico Libutti

I connect to the internet through a modem and have a static ip.Between
modem and LAN there is a router. How can I access remotely to my LAN?
Modem assigns to router ip like 192.168.1.xxx while router assigns to
lan computers ip like 192.168.168.xxx
Thanks in advance..
 
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Shenan Stanley

Domenico said:
I connect to the internet through a modem and have a static
ip.Between modem and LAN there is a router. How can I access
remotely to my LAN? Modem assigns to router ip like 192.168.1.xxx
while router assigns to lan computers ip like 192.168.168.xxx
Thanks in advance..
Use something like TeamViewer.
 
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jamie

i would have to agree, using teamviewer is free to non commercial use and is
very easy set up. sometimes your ISP blocks stuff. you could try opening port
3389 on the router/modem. you can test this at "canyouseeme.org" but
teamviewer is much simpler.
 
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Domenico Libutti

Il 05/04/2010 22:37, jamie ha scritto:
i would have to agree, using teamviewer is free to non commercial use and is
very easy set up. sometimes your ISP blocks stuff. you could try opening port
3389 on the router/modem. you can test this at "canyouseeme.org" but
teamviewer is much simpler.
Thanks jamie. I'll try opening port 3389 and checking it at
canyouseeme.org. Don't know if I can use teamviewer because server is
unattended. One question more... teamviewer will connect me to which
computer of the lan?
 
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Shenan Stanley

Domenico said:
I connect to the internet through a modem and have a static
ip.Between modem and LAN there is a router. How can I access
remotely to my LAN? Modem assigns to router ip like 192.168.1.xxx
while router assigns to lan computers ip like 192.168.168.xxx
Thanks in advance..
Shenan said:
Use something like TeamViewer.
i would have to agree, using teamviewer is free to non commercial
use and is very easy set up. sometimes your ISP blocks stuff. you
could try opening port 3389 on the router/modem. you can test this
at "canyouseeme.org" but teamviewer is much simpler.
Domenico said:
Thanks jamie. I'll try opening port 3389 and checking it at
canyouseeme.org. Don't know if I can use teamviewer because server
is unattended. One question more... teamviewer will connect me to
which computer of the lan?
TeamViewer Host is for such situations. As long as this is not *actually* a
server OS - it is still free.

TeamViewer will connect you to whatever computers you have it installed
upon/running upon. So if you run TeamViewer Host on three different
computers, you'll have three different sets of 9 digit numbers and the set
of numbers you enter is the computer you will connect to.

So is this a server OS? That's a pretty important bit of information and
not something I noticed in your original posting.
 
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Domenico Libutti

Il 06/04/2010 15:35, Shenan Stanley ha scritto:
TeamViewer Host is for such situations. As long as this is not *actually* a
server OS - it is still free.

TeamViewer will connect you to whatever computers you have it installed
upon/running upon. So if you run TeamViewer Host on three different
computers, you'll have three different sets of 9 digit numbers and the set
of numbers you enter is the computer you will connect to.

So is this a server OS? That's a pretty important bit of information and
not something I noticed in your original posting.
Thanks Shenan, situation is a little bit clearer now. Excuse me, but
I'm not expert in net problems and didn't think that information was so
important.
 
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Shenan Stanley

Domenico said:
Thanks Shenan, situation is a little bit clearer now. Excuse me, but
I'm not expert in net problems and didn't think that information
was so important.
It still is... So is it a server?
 
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Domenico Libutti

Il 06/04/2010 22:26, Shenan Stanley ha scritto:
It still is... So is it a server?
No, it wasn't a server. Anyway, after your last message I tried
TeamViewer and I resolved my problem. Indeed very simple and easy.
Thanks, Domenico
 
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Laura Williams

RHUB is an appliance based, meaning you can host it and have full control over it. It has both web conferencing and remote support. The one-time appliance purchase can be paid off within 3 ? 10 months of monthly subscriptions. Have a look at here http://www.rhubcom.com
Domenico Libutti wrote:

Use something like TeamViewer.

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Shenan Stanley
MS-MVP
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How To Ask Questions The Smart Way

On Thursday, April 01, 2010 9:58 PM Domenico Libutti wrote:
I connect to the internet through a modem and have a static ip.Between
modem and LAN there is a router. How can I access remotely to my LAN?
Modem assigns to router ip like 192.168.1.xxx while router assigns to
lan computers ip like 192.168.168.xxx
Thanks in advance..
Shenan Stanley wrote:

jamie wrote:

Domenico Libutti wrote:

TeamViewer Host is for such situations. As long as this is not *actually* a
server OS - it is still free.

TeamViewer will connect you to whatever computers you have it installed
upon/running upon. So if you run TeamViewer Host on three different
computers, you will have three different sets of 9 digit numbers and the set
of numbers you enter is the computer you will connect to.

So is this a server OS? That's a pretty important bit of information and
not something I noticed in your original posting.
 
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L

Laura Williams

RHUB is an appliance based, meaning you can host it and have full control over it. It has both web conferencing and remote support. The one-time appliance purchase can be paid off within 3 ? 10 months of monthly subscriptions. Have a look at here http://www.rhubcom.com
Domenico Libutti wrote:

Use something like TeamViewer.

--
Shenan Stanley
MS-MVP
--
How To Ask Questions The Smart Way

On Thursday, April 01, 2010 9:58 PM Domenico Libutti wrote:
I connect to the internet through a modem and have a static ip.Between
modem and LAN there is a router. How can I access remotely to my LAN?
Modem assigns to router ip like 192.168.1.xxx while router assigns to
lan computers ip like 192.168.168.xxx
Thanks in advance..
Shenan Stanley wrote:

jamie wrote:

Domenico Libutti wrote:

TeamViewer Host is for such situations. As long as this is not *actually* a
server OS - it is still free.

TeamViewer will connect you to whatever computers you have it installed
upon/running upon. So if you run TeamViewer Host on three different
computers, you will have three different sets of 9 digit numbers and the set
of numbers you enter is the computer you will connect to.

So is this a server OS? That's a pretty important bit of information and
not something I noticed in your original posting.
 

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