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How to access Access from public IP

Posted on 2013-06-18
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im trying to Setup outlookmessenger Link Server Pro .

It uses port TCP Port: 14221

From my mobile if i need to access it ,i need to access it from my public IP as a host

Current network setup as follow :

router IP (planet router)
10.10.10.1

ISA server 2006 is setup with two network cards

WAN - 10.10.10.2 range
LAN - 192.168.0.1 range


Link server pro is running on server 192.168.120

Please guide me to access my public IP
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I cannot speak about the security of publishing this on the internet, but the way you would do it is to create a port forwarding rule on your firewall that forwards port 14221 to the IP of you link server.
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