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I am trying to understand how to remote control a clients computer through the internet.

I have Symatec PCanywhere installed on both When i'm on the same connection (wireless internet).I can get it to work no problem.However when I try to remote in using a different internet connection it does not go through.

I've done some research and found out that instead of using the IP address it gives me (dynamically) [] i need to aquire the WAN IP address from a website or through the router. As well as configuring virtual server through the router, and enable port forwarding in some way or another for specific ports.

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