I have several computers behind the same router and I need to allow remote access to these computers. I was looking at RealVNC's products and have setup a test install on a computer on my network. RealVNC does not allow you to give each computer an alias like Computer 1 and Computer 2, you have to use the IP address of the computer, or in my case you use the IP address of my network and then specify a port for the actual computer you would like to access. I have some coworkers that are computer savvy but not to the point of knowing what an IP address and port are. I can just give them IP:port numbers and tell them to enter that into the hostname part of the RealVNC sign in form. I would like to just setup DynDNS hostnames like computer1.dnsalias.com, because that's simpler for people to get and leaves less room for error. I don't see anyway to setup the DynDNS services to use both an IP and a port, I just see a way to translate computer1.dnsalias.com to an IP address, which would not work the way I want. Can anyone give me any ideas how I might go about allowing my users to sign in to these computers with easy-to-use hostnames? We use apache as our webserver, the network is all Windows XP except for one Windows 2000 machine (and a vista notebook).