PCanywhere...Nat or port forwarding or both?...Im confused :(
We use PCanywhere to remotely look after one of our servers which works fine. I forward the ports from my netgear router to the server and open the ports on our ISA server (installed on our only server W2K 2 network cards one LAN side one WAN side)...works a treat.
However we now need to install pcanywhere on a PC on the LAN side and I cant work out how to get to it! (remotely)....If I open a different set of ports on the router I cant forward them to the PC because its on the lan side of the server. How can I get to it???? it has to pass through the server (W2K with ISA) and then forward on to the PC. Now this is where Im confused..I know the RRAS has some kind of NAT bit in it...so do I need to forward the ports again to the PC???....Ive got a headache now.
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