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An Absolute Novice Attempting to do Something Advanced.

Hi All,
I am Prabhakaran - An Absolute Novice in Networking from India. I think I have to do some advanced to achieve the following:
I am staying to work almost 1000 miles away from my hometown. I want to route the FM stations over there in my city through the internet to listen it here in the city where I work. After a long thought I discovered a way using a TV Tuner (with FM capabitly) I can achieve this task.
Now where I need help:
I made the system to work remotely within the same network referring the following link:
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-in/w...top-connection
But as per the following link:
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-IN/w...r-home-network
I need to Forward the TCP port 3389 to the destination computer's IP address i.e the computer with the TV tuner installed.
The problem is I am not able to find the number 3389 in my router configuration. What to do? please find my router firmware details:
Its a D-Link ADSL Router(DSL-2730U)
Firmware Version: AT_1.02
Please guide me where I should seek help for this. Thank you.

When I did a google search I come to know that I have to either a port triggering or a port forwarding in my router to achieve this. But the problem is there are some many porting options in my router configuration page:
1.Port Trigerring:
http://img42.com/TMJkn
2.Port Forwarding:
http://img42.com/taTiI
3.NAT Forwarding:
http://img42.com/yBZYp

It is better if someone can guide me achieve this. Thank you.

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Many FM radio stations now stream.
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The FM stations in my city are not availale in internet

Hi Proffitt,
Unfortunately the FM stations I want to listen are not available in the internet. Anyway I want to know this thing and want to use it for other purposes too. Along with my earlier requirements, I want to give access to that pc only to the specific ip addresses (Like my mobile and my other laptop here). How to achieve this. I am very curious. please help.

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Sounds like you have a challenge now.

Maybe the old put a PC at the location you want to catch then remote control that PC?

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Can Someone help me with that. Please...

Thank you.

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I think you are asking for someone to do this for you?

You are designing and building a solution. It's yours to build and maintain. Here I might set up a PC to connect to the radio and use some radio with programmable controls but the costs may floor you.

This also may involve writing scripts and code. Since these are yours to write and maintain, you would have to write it so you know how it works.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J4skuXQfmjk looks like a good start. Now sprinkle in a remote control app like VNC (google that!) and you can control the PC remotely.

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