Give a network PC a unique "public" IP address for remote desktop access
Posted on 2004-04-29
We have a Win2k network set up with 1 server, and about 40 clients. All the clients have an internal IP range 220.127.116.11-18.104.22.168. There is one system on the network (a win2k server system, acting as a client) that we need an outside user access to via XP's remote desktop function. Problem is.. we don't know how to give access to this system since it doesn't have a unique "public" IP address... just the unique private IP.
How do we go about setting up this client system to be accessible via the Internet, using remote desktop? Is there a way we can configure it to have a unique IP, different from our main public IP address?
Hopefully I'm making sense...