changed IP and name of terminal server, now no one can access it!
Posted on 2011-09-28
I'm doing a restructure of our internal network and I changed the static IP of our terminal server (which is not on a domain) to near the end of the range rather than the middle.
I also changed the name of it from "new-tserver" (because it is far from new now) to "rdp-server".
I've done a number of restarts, but no one can access it (using the normal RDC in windows) from OUTSIDE our office. We can access it internally by typing in 192.168.1.253, but if someone is outside the office, they'd normally type our DSL's external IP.... this isn't working now.