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What is it I need to Connect to someone else using PCAnywhere v 11?

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Hello ,
I have posted another question ... what is it I need to be able to connect to someone else using PCAnywhere?

I have NEtwork Secruity 2004 Pro, and a Linksys Router (BEFSR41)  I have setup ports 5631 & 5632 after that  I just dont know getting disgusted.


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On the firewall that is at the host site - configure it to do a "port forward" on ports 5631 and 5632 to the host IP address on the inside.  The PC that is acting as the host must have PC Anywhere configured as as a host to wait for incoming connections.  

If you aven't set up PC Anywhere before, set up two hosts on your local network first (no firewall between).  Set up one as a host and the other as a client.  Make sure you can do this before trying to allow a connection through a firewall.
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I am not familiar with NEtwork Secruity 2004 Pro.
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