I want to connect to the server in my office from my PC at home. I can do it successfully by first connecting to my office's network through VPN and then connect to the server using XP remote desktop.
The problem occurred after I change the Linksys router to a faster D-Link router (DI-624). The VPN can be connected successfully. However when I launch Remote Desktop, the yellow header appears as usual (sometimes with a black screen) but then the login screen never come. After a while, I will get a dialog saying "Network problem".
If I changed back to the Linksys router, I can connect to the office server again and so I believe it is related to the D-Link router.
I've read http://support.dlink.com/faq/view.asp?prod_id=1324&question=remote+desktop
and followed it to open port 3389 in the router but it cannot help. I found many articles on Remote Desktop + router problem but all of them are related to accessing a PC behind the router but my case is go through the router to access a PC in VPN.
What should I do with my router in this case?