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Please help. I have just changed the modem at our branch office to a DLink DSL-G604T. With the previous modem - Netgear- I could use RDC to connect through to the server for maintenance through port 3389. I cannot get connection through this modem no matter what I try. I just get the error message - Remote Desktop can't connect to the remote computer for one of these reasons: Remote access to the server is not enabled (It is), the remote computer is turned off or the remote computer is not available on the network.
Can some one give me step b y step on how to access remote server.

Thanks.

Gary
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per the user guide below (page 58), they use Virtual Server as the term to define port forwarding for specific servers facing the internet.

just follow the screen instruction of Virtual Server and choose W2K Terminal, which is just RDP.

DSL-G604T Generation II ADSL2+ Wireless Modem Router
http://files.dlink.com.au/Products/DSL-G604T-GenII/Manuals/DSL-G604T_GenII_Manual_v1.11.pdf

hope it helps,
bbao
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