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need help please want to create my own networking

by skeletal07050 / June 11, 2007 6:26 AM PDT

i'm try to do is a home networking meaning plug my 3 computers together so even when i'm away i could still acces them. my internet provider is comcast and i got a router for my wireless laptop. i want to be able to access them outside of my house. can someone please please tell me how to do it. thank you.

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Remote Access
by quincywalltech / June 14, 2007 1:35 AM PDT

After setting up your network, which is pretty straightforward, remote access is handeled by RDP or Microsofts Remote Desktop, The remote PC's must have xp pro or the office version of Vista.

Make sure you have the ports on the router open to the rdp ports 1645 (I think) forwarded to just one of your local pc's

Then get an account from DynDns.org http://www.dyndns.org
Install the updater app from DynDns.org on one of your PC's or configure your router with your
dyndns settings.

Change your DNS settings on your router to dnsserverlist.org http://dynserverlist.org DNS servers

Then from any windows machine you can use RDP to get to your home network.

There are other Terminal service Clinet/Server apps but RDP is the fastest for windows.

From any WinPC you can rdp into your home by typing for ex: myhomenet.dyndns.org

Once logged in you can then re RDP to one of the local pcs by calling up RDP in the remote pc and typing in the name of one of the other two PC's ie //pc0002

This is a bit brief but should get you started.

KW

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Sorry Wrong link for DNSServerList.org
by quincywalltech / June 14, 2007 1:39 AM PDT
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