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Netgear FVS318 router - VPN - RDP - 2008 R2 domain

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Randy DownsFlag for United States of America asked on
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Netgear FVS318 router only has 1 standard service for VPN  & RDP. We are in the process of moving so didn't want to add a new router in the mix.

We added a FVS318 custom service for RDP using a non-standard port that we matched in the server's registry  since this router doesn't appear to translate ports. This  works connecting to a server from the Internet. We figured this should work for a PC too but so far no luck.

Previously we connected to the PC on the old 2003 domain using Server 2003 VPN & RDP to a private ip. Perhaps we should get the VPN up & running & continue along that path. We could point the standard VPN on the router to the new server. Is that more trouble than it's worth since we will abandon this router after the move?
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