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Dear friends, i have a question....
I want to control 3 computers remotely with Windows Remote desktop..
I made a rule it works perfectly, but what about another computer? how KWF Router will guess to which computer i need to connect?

Please explain me....

I have A KWF Router....
and I need to control or connect with 3 my computers remotely....

Thank you very much in advanced, waiting from you as soon as possible
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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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In order to control 3 computers, you need 3 separate rules in KWF. I assume you want map ports into your LAN. Your rules should be like:

MAP IP_of_firewall, TCP port 3389 (RDP) -> IP_first_computer, port 3389
MAP IP_of_firewall, TCP port 3390 -> IP_second_computer, port 3389
MAP IP_of_firewall, TCP port 3391 -> IP_third_computer, port 3389

[Updated on: Sat, 16 August 2008 11:32]


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