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JeremyCDay

going through our linksys router it assigns local area network IP's...

For remote connection purposes I need a IP address so that if i was anywhere else i can connect to my comp, is their anyway of going through a router but having a IP that i can connect to??

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MxxCon

if you configure your linksys to fordward a port that your remote connections software uses to your computer you can connect to it from outside.

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JeremyCDay

Can someone help me forward the ports.. Either write a email to jeremycday@hotmail.com and explain or email me your phone number. It doesnt matter if your from across the planet. i wanna get this set up :)

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JeremyCDay

Can someone help me forward the ports.. Either write a email to jeremycday@hotmail.com and explain or email me your phone number. It doesnt matter if your from across the planet. i wanna get this set up :)

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sdenike
Can someone help me forward the ports..

Well I have mine setup... The way I had it going at first was to just goto your router with the browser address 192.168.1.1 or whatever your address is.. anyways I had mine set to be the dmz host. but just today I got a port program and the remote port for remote desktop seems to be 61209 from what i gathered... either way just set that for both of the service port ranges, then make sure your IP is to the rigt of it... Also if you dont have a static ip goto www.google.com and search for linksys ip poster... small program that will post you IP address to a web site every x mins. hope that helps if not email me at shelby@filthcentral.net

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