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how to set up remote desktop using cisco 1605 router

Posted on 2006-06-16
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I don't know anything about cisco 1605 so please keep that in mind.
My customer wants to remote access into his windows 2003 server from home.
I don't know how to configure the router at all.
Can anyone show me "step by step" command on how to configure the port that is needed? (port 3389?)
My customer has a static IP address with a DSL provider.
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within the router there will be a port forwarding configuration setting - you need to forward the 3389 port to the servers internal IP address, when he connects, he needs to insert the routers external (static) IP
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Do you have the Cisco router already configured to connect to the net?
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