The static IP thing is usually the killer. You might be able to find some program that would automatically look for a change in the IP and adjust some domain name accordingly, but there'd always be the chance that you try and connect inbetween the time it takes to discover an IP change and the update filters its way through.
Most ISPs will sell you a static IP for some additional fee per month, and in such a case, something such as VNC might work if you're not expecting too much.
I have a computer at a remote location (Dell Dimension 4600, P4 2.9 Mhz, 512K RAM, WinXP Home Edition). The remote PC uses a dial-up connection to access the Internet -it's in a very remote location (it's a vacation home) and a broadband connection is simply not available.
I want to be able to access the remote PC from work or from home, but most of the products that I've seen seemt to require a broadband connection, and/or a static IP address.
Is there a way that I can access the remote PC given the fact that it's dialup only?