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You will need to change the port RDP is listening on for one of the computers since the router (all routers actually) can only forward a port request to a single computer. 1.Start Registry Editor. 2.Locate and then click the following registry subkey: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\TerminalServer\WinStations\RDP-Tcp\PortNumber 3.On ...


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Your description of the scenario is almost without reproach. However you have overlooked a crucial bit. When the router receives a packet via the public facing port (WAN), it does not only translate based on the source port, but the source IP/port combo, this is a socket. To be fair, there are numerous various of NAT, I suggest a thorough reading NAT'ing ...


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Out of the box, UrlRewrite can only do rewrites to the same page, like this: <rule name="Rewrite to article.aspx"> <match url="^article/([0-9]+)/([_0-9a-z-]+)" /> <action type="Rewrite" url="article.aspx?id={R:1}&amp;title={R:2}" /> </rule> It seems you are trying to do a rewrite to entirely another site on another domain and ...


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Your public IP address should be on the equipment provided by your ISP. The simplest way to find it is with the Windows dos shell "tracert" command. Usage works as follows: tracert www.gooogle.com This will show you how many hops to the location specified, and the ip address of each hop. You'll see your local router, likely followed by a public IP address ...


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Please note: Routers are everywhere. What you should be worried about is NAT. “Real” routers on the internet don’t use it. Does every ISP give every subscriber a global IPv4 address...? The answer to that question is, unfortunately, no, absolutely not. Many mobile phone providers don’t have the amount of IP addresses necessary to give every connected ...


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"Does Wake-on-LAN via WAN need port forwarding?" Wake-on-LAN normally uses UDP ports 7 and 9. The packets are sent to the special broadcast address of the LAN, so it will be received by all network-attached hosts, rather than by a specific host. The MAC address is used to identify the particular host the should "Wake Up" If the PC is Wake-on-LAN enabled ...


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What you are attempting to do is use Wimax CPE router from BSNL as the main Internet connection and then have the D-Link DIR 803 be the actual main router you connect to, correct? Your overall instincts and ideas are correct. You can connect a device like the Wimax CPE’s LAN port to the WAN port of the D-Link DIR 803. And it might work—as you have ...


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Problem solved. It turned out the cause was Check Point VPN v98.60.202, from Check Point Software Technologies. I had installed this software to connect to a corporate client's internal network. I suspected this was the cause because of how VPNs work, so I had previously closed the VPN software, but that didn't solve the problem. I actually needed to ...



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