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I m in Foreign, i want to connect my home computer through Remote connection, i want to connect through Windows Desktop remote connection, i tried teamviewer and logmein those software not giving more feature, explain how to connect remote connection through windows xp.
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You can try this :

Install Terminal Services on your Windows XP computer.
Allow port forwarding between your home router to your Windows XP computer.
Then you can connect to your Windows XP computer from anywhere in the world thanks to MSTSC.EXE (Microsoft Terminal Services Client) over RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol).

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Do you have a static IP or dynamic IP?

If you have a dynamic IP address then you will need to use a route reflector like NO-IP or DynDNS.

you can use Remote Desktop Protocol as mentioned above. just configure port forwarding for port 3389 on your router/firewall.
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i have created a account from dyndns and i downloaded vnc server on my home computer and vnc viewer on my latop in home router for port forwarding it shows external packets port start, port end and forward to internal host port start and port end then protocal type , what i have fill in the external packets port start and port end and forward to internal host port start and port end.
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and are you able to remotely connect to your home computer?

just keep in mind that port 3389 is used for Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) which is built in to Windows operating systems.

VNC uses port 5900.
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got idea
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