Remote access to a server via DSL
Posted on 2004-10-04
We have an old NT4.0 server, connected to the internet via DSL (dynamic). We have no rights to access & configure the DSL router/modem (ISPs property). We would like to gain remote access from home to our server via DSL for admin purposes - what's the best way of doing this?
My thoughts: installing a dyndns client on the server, hence giving us info about the public IP address of the router. Then we need to somehow connect to the server (getting through the router & it's firewall). My thoughts: a locally installed service on the server which opens up a connection/account which we can authenticate against and connect ...
any ideas - dyndns clients / remote access services which can help us? Thanks