I have a desktop at a remote location that connects to our main site via VPN. The subnet for the main site is 192.168.32.xxx. Once the VPN connection is established the remote desktop is assigned an IP on the same subnet of 192.168.32.xxx. At the remote location, the desktop is connected to a switch and a DSL modem is connected to the same switch. So the desktop also gets an internal IP address on the subnet of 172.16.64.xxx. There is also a Linux-based timeclock system (www.timeips.com
) that is also connected to the switch and it has a static IP of 172.16.64.50. I want to get to that timeclock system without having to use Remote Desktop or VNC. The timeclock system uses a web-based interface that you access by going to 172.16.64.50 in a Web browser. Is there a way to get to that machine through the desktop which is connected via VPN? Maybe through port forwarding in the DSL router/modem. I would have to Remote Desktop or VNC in to the VPN-connected desktop to change the DSL router settings but I don't want to do. Any ideas on how to get to the timeclock system (Linux-based probably running Apache and MySQL)?