DSL Access to PCAnywhere or RAS

Is there any way to access an NT network running Proxyserver as a client over a DSL line (on the server).  It looks like RAS requires dial-up or ISDN only. PCAnywhere has trouble getting through the firewall due to IP address re-mapping.  I have been told that there was a way using specific IP addresses, but I cannot find the detail steps. Thanks.
jmay1Asked:
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petxuragCommented:
Hi jmay1,

   RAS is, as you found out yourself only working with DIAL-UP connections, ISDN is a part of this.

   I hope I dont missunderstand this but as I figure your running DHCP today and would need a STATIC IP number so this later on can be defined to be let through the Firewall. First get an STATIC IP adress assigned by your ISP. Then open up the network settings and define the IP adress you got in the TCP/IP fields.

                        Petter T Ohlzzon
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