NAT for RDP on the Cisco RV320

Hi All,

I have a client with a RV320 who wants the following:

To be able to have RDP from  external source to 2 separate desktops, the desktops have static IPs.

My aim is to provide 2 external ports to map to the relevant internal IP addresses. I have done this very simply with other routers but this router is baffling me.

so, the question.

how do I set up NAT (or whatever cisco call it on this router) to allow:

RDP connection to external-IP:63389 to NAT to internal IP obviously on port 3389

RDP connection to external-IP:63390 to NAT to internal IP obviously on port 3389

Gareth McKeeCEO/OwnerAsked:
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Gareth McKeeCEO/OwnerAuthor Commented:
I don't think it can be done, I have therefore created a PPTP set up which allows the clients to connect easily without the use of cisco software.

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