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hi

i have small problem when i create the Remote DeskTop by using Interne on window Xp

I registerd on DynDNS and now i want to configure DSL-500T router by add host and Port 3369 but i don't know where i must configure on that router. Please help me troubleshoot that problem. Thanks so much!
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Following site will give you specific details as to how to forward port 3389 on the DSL-500T
http://www.portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/Dlink/DSL-500T/Remote_Desktop.htm
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