I am trying to connect to my office PCs via VPN and/or RDP. The office uses Qwest DSL and has a dynamic IP address. I use DynDNS.org to keep the DNS updated with the WAN address of the router. However, any attempt to access the network fails. I have tried remote management access (I enabled it on the router) but that fails. I forwarded RDP ports on the router to one of the PCs but can't connect to it. I also set up a VPN server but cannot connect to it either. Something tells me that all requests to myoffice.homeip.net are not getting to my modem/router. I have even tried the IP associated with the name (Yes, I did check that it is correct!) but nothing works there either.
I have a Cisco 678 connected to my ISP (Qwest) using DHCP. This is connected to a Linksys WRT54g router. I also have a home server running for remote access to some files and media streaming. I just installed security cameras that I wish to monitor remotely via the internet.I can access my home files over the internet with no issue. However I am unable to access my cameras using the internet. Looking at my router incoming log, I see my request arriving, but I never get to the DVR attached to the camereas for remote viewing.I enabled bridging on the Cisco 678 but this did not solve the issue.
We have a WRSV4400N installed as our primary NAT Firewall. It is configured to allow Windows VPN connections to our server residing on the Internal Network Domain - this works fine.Problem is that even though the remote VPN client can open shares, browse the internal network, and resolve computer names fine with DNS, but... Remote Desktop will not connect using the VPN tunnel.We need this to work... I spent several hours with your support people when installing this router a year ago and got nowhere. And everythung else works fine.I am using Windows server-based VPN because your VPN Clint didn't work ata ll either. Can you perhaps give me a list of configuration settings to check?
I use RDP extensively on my LAN to use and manage 4 PCs running Win XP or Win7. My consumer-grade Cisco Linksys WRT610n crapped out after less than 2 years, so I thought I'd try the Cisco WRVS4400N to gain extra features like VPN. I have not enabled anything new on the router except for adding a second wireless SSID for guest use, although no bandwidth management or VLANs have been set up yet. Firmware version is 188.8.131.52.Since installing this router I have been unable to use Windows RDP on ANY of my computers on the LAN, whether I use the machine name or the IP address. I can ping every device on my network - print servers, NAS boxes, PCs, but no RDP. WHAT'S GOING ON?
I have A setup in different location with the the ASA Firewall with VPN enabled and a Print server. on Network B i have a server with 2008 installed and its my NAT server, DNS and File server.Now the Client on Netwrok B wants to access the Server in Network A Remotely through VPN they could connect to but cannot user Remote Desktop either its Ip translation issue or i dont know.
same Modem >> same switch >> router2 >> switch >> computer
Now I want to access computers from router 1 to router 2 computers.I opened the router 2 web page and forwarded it. I put service port no. 3389, ip address of a computer of router 2 network. Now I can access the specific computer via remote desktop from router 1 computers using public ip .But what I need is I want to access via mstsc all computers of the router 2 network. using service port, ip address of one computer, I can access only one computer.
I opened the remote management to my Dir 655 but i can't enter it I tried to change port it didn't work, tried to factory defaults or hard reset didn't work what can i do I think it all so stuck my access to my remote desktop (not sure)
I was trying to access some computers in network via remote desktop. All those computers had been used by other staffs.What I noticed that, for some computers I can access via remote desktop by forcing them to log off (people who were using the computers)But for some computers, I got the message similar to "user is currently logged onto the computer, you are not allowed to connect"I want to force them too and access these computers. How I can do it?
I have a CISCO Linksys WRT610N router on my home network which consists of the following 4 computers; Windows Small Business Server 2003, one Windows 7 Ultimate and two Windows XP Professional. How to configure a VPN on the WRT610N router that would allow me to access all of the computers on my home network over the Internet using the "Remote Desktop Connection" component.
I have a new E1200 router. I VPN from home to my work computer just fine. since I can remotely access the router from work...what setup section of the router would I need to utilize to go backwards and access my home PC thru remote desktop? NAT? if so what are the instructions to do so.
I have an E2000 router with the most current firmware. I have a Sony VAio laptop with Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit,a Macbook with 10.6.8, and a new Asus Transformer Prime with ICS.My work desktop is a Dell Optiplex 380 with Windows 7 Pro 32bit. I frequently work from home and have no issues remoting into to my work PC from by Sony laptop via VPN and RDP.However I have never been able to connect successfully to my work PC with my Macbook(using Remote Desktop Connection 2.1 for Mac OS) or Asus tablet(using WYSE Pocket Cloud RDP app for Android). I can however connect to the VPN itself on the Macbook and tablet without issue same as my Windows laptop. The other interesting part is I can connect via RDP when I am connected to a Mi-Fi 3g hotspot. So it is definitely something in the my Linksys E2000 blocking the connection for some reason. I have even set Port forwarding of 3389 with the ip's of both the Macbook and Asus tablet.I have also tried connecting via ethernet to the router with the same outcome. I cannot ping my work pc from either device as well.In addition the firewall on my work PC is completely disabled and all services related to Remote desktop access are enabled and running.
I have a desktop connected to our work network. It's running XP Pro. I also have a laptop running vista home. Is there a way to hardwire that laptop to the desktop, so i can share files between those two computers, while ALSO keeping my desktop connected to my office network?Since it's vista home, I can't connect the laptop to our network, since it can only connect in workgroups, not networks. But if I'm just able to just use the laptop, create files, and then either save them to a shared folder with my desktop or just save them to the desktop with a switch or something, it wouldn't be a problem that my laptop can't connect to the network.
Although we have a moderately wired house with cat6 cables runs in many of the rooms that all end in the basement, I am currently having trouble since I cat stream audio and video files from my desktop in the den to the netbook and receiver in the family room. All computers are hooked up by cable.I have tried a friends advice to plug in the exact IP address of the desktop (and vice versa on the netbook) but still the netbook cat find the desktop nor can the desktop find the netbook. I have tried home sharing in Windows 7 to no avail as I have been prompted to initiate a home network both on the netbook and the desktop when I think it is suppose to be initiated on one machine and same home network joined by the other.DSL Modem --> Linksys WRTGL router running Tomato --> switch -->various rooms (cont.)Family room (one of the various rooms) has a Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH AirStation (with one USB port) --> 1) netbook and 2) Denon AVR receiver (with network capabilities)I have a switch in the den and the desktop and laptop computers can read off each other through folder/drive sharing even with Kaspersky Internet Security running in the background so I'm sure it's not Kaspersky meddling with my network sharing. If both are on the wireless network, the netbook can access the desktop and vice versa.Is it possible for the netbook to read off the desktop based on my current set up? I can't bring the desktop down as we use them in the den and will not have room for it in the family room. I am not inclined to purchase a stand-alone HTPC at the moment if there is a network sharing
How to secure router on my mac - neighbor tapping into my internet service. How do I secure my Linksys router so only my laptop, desktop and iPad can use it? I tried going to 192.168.1.1 but got nothing?
Someone hacked into my computer through my Netgear router. They took over as Administrator and setup a Atheros (sp) driver. They pretty much have total control over my computer. How can I rid myself of this hack and protect nyself in the future?
I have two locations in the same city and I want to connect them together so I can share files and printers. Each of the LANs has a router and is a simple workgroup. LAN A uses 192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0; LAN B is 192.168.2.1 255.255.255.0. What is the best way to connect these two networks together so I can share printers on both sides? Should I replace the network routers, they are older and definitely could use an upgrade
My boss is asking me to write a batch file or use a utility to monitor the uptime of 16 different ISP accounts that we use across several stores. Most stores have several ISP accounts setup as failover, so they're not always active on our network but the ISP should still be up. He would like this to run from one of our servers. He is suggesting the 'gateway' for the ISP however I am not sure how to find this IP. The tracert utility returns IP addresses which are different than the gateway address in our router settings so I am wary to use those IPs.Which IPs would I ping to monitor the uptime and where would be the best place to find them?
i provide 192.168.1.201 and port No.8150 in CP Plus DVR . I am able to login through Local system via IE with [URL] after pressing enter key Login window appears. I will type User ID as Admin and password 888888. now i am able to enter DVR and view all cameras. no problemin Beetal ADSL router ( ISP Router) i configured port forwarding as followsIP address 192.168.1.201 and Port No. 8150 both internal & external.Now i got internet IP address through MY IP Address.the IP address is 184.108.40.206 ISPs IP address for my Borad Band.through another internet with different different ISPI open IE and type [URL] got same loging window as in LANagain I enter User Id as Admin and password 888888but shows login failed Message through internet I got the same login window when i tried through LAN, but I am to unable login with a message login failed
On wireless (lenovo tabletx61) I cannot connect through the intranet - no problem connecting through internet. When I manage to connect through intranet connection is dropped quite often.No problem connecting via Ethernet cables.
I have a SG 300 switch and configured it with public IP address.I can access it from anywhere within my network but not from outside my network as I'am not able to add the gateway and DNS address as there are are no fields to add them in the IP configuration menu in L3 mode.
I am trying to Port Forward HTTP: 80, but my Router wont let me and it keep giving me this error message Status: Port Range Overlap with Remote Management.I have a NETGEAR CG814GCMR Router, I need to add that port for setting up a Game private server online, but my router wont let me, how to fix it?
I'm running FW 1.2.4 and how to setup Remote Web Access over my IPSEC vpn tunnel. I would like to be able to remotely access these routers and make configuration changes from my main office but I cannot seem to figure out how to get it to work. If I try to access the internal router IP from across the VPN, I cannot. My VPN tunnel is up and operational and I can ping various devices across the tunnel but I cannot access the web management of the router.
I have a customer that has a Cisco 2900 Series ISR on his Headquarters, and has some branches with RV082s.We have VPN Client configured on the 2900 ISR Router and we can connect remotely using the VPN Client to the Headquarters (192.168.1.0) however we can't reach the branches subnets (192.168.2.0, 192.168.3.0, etc.)... we found out that in the RV082 you need to specify the secure traffic as a destination, but in only supports one network (192.168.1.0 or Headquarters in this case), we can't specify the VPN Client pool defined on the ISR so it can reach the incoming VPN Clients.Is there any way to accomplish this? We need to access the branches subnets when connecting using VPN to the 2900 ISR.