|07 Sep 2012||#1|
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Problems configure Remote Desktop with port forwarding
I will give you an idea of my set-up then what I am trying to do and what I have done.
I have a BT router with Static IP, two wired computers, both have DHCP IPís but BT Router makes static IPís assuming computers MAC address donít change (according to BT)
I am trying to connect using Remote Desktop and port forwarding for each PC e.g.
The port is open when checking via yougetsignal.com but when trying to connect via Remote Desktop it times out/doesnít connect.
I have set each PC to listen on the respective port in regedit but still nothing.
Windows Firewall is also configured to allow connections through each port.
Any ideas of where Iím going wrong?
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