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ath squire

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Sorry if this has been posted before but I have been left with a problem by our tech guy who has gone on holiday. I need an outside computer to connect to a computer on my LAN via the internet. Have tried all sorts but to no avail. If there is someone who can help I would really appreciate it. thanks. Atherton
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silars

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There are a ton of options, but have you tried any of these in this list:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_remote_desktop_so ftware

I'm assuming you meant remote control capability. Some require firewall configuration, some don't.
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ath squire

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i am using the kerio firewall and someone needs access to a computer on my LAN. this person baically changes a program that we use at the school for our admin and needs to update it. he is being blocked by the firewall.

His computer ip is 216.224.175.20
The port that he is being forwarded to is 1022
the ip of the computer he needs to access is 192.168.2.100

thanks

atherton
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silars

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If this person does this with some regularity, it is possible your tech guy already has a rule setup for him, but just has it disabled.

Have you checked all the Traffic Rules to see if one matches the criteria, but is unchecked? If so, check it and click Apply below.

If not, you'll have to create a new Traffic Rule, and enable it. There is a wizard that will walk you through that creation.
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