Enabling remote access to SERVER

Posted on 2009-02-11
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
My server OS is WINDOWS SBS 2003 with SQL SERVER. We have a broadband connection with STATIC IP. My router is BEETEL 110BX1 provided by Airtel. We have used two NICs in the server, one with IP address as for LAN and the other with for connecting the ROUTER. The STATIC IP is configured in the router.
Now, i have enabled ROUTING AND REMOTE ACCESS in my server and all my LAN users are able to connect to the server desktop by giving the address from their browsers. But when tried outside from our location with STATIC IP/REMOTE it is not working. Also when i telnet the static IP from remote location it is getting connected to ROUTER only. So, i did the port forwarding for incoming ports with range from 80 to 1433 and forwarded to Still it is not working.
Advice me how to proceed.
Question by:randnlabs
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    you must forward your ports to

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