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CTVaaltech

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Hi guys,,,,

can i boggle your brains for a bit. im looking for a way to remote to a site with no WAN or remote server.
The site consists of 4 desktops, Router and a switch.

Since the router has no static IP available i was thinking of using a remote connecting program. This is where im stuck. im busy searching for solutions and would like any input on the matter and appreciate any advice.

The desktops are running Windows 7 Pro and its a Billion router "400G".
Is there a way around this.

Thanks for any help or advice in advance.....
 

Squashman

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Do you need Remote Desktop access to the comptuers?
Or do you just need general access to the network to access files and printers?
 

CTVaaltech

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i need remote desktop access to the computers from outside the local network. they have a router and i found VNC Viewer usefull in the past, but don't know if it will work on windows 7 pro. or if its even possible to use VNC Viewer to access the site and its desktops from outside their on network.
 

Squashman

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UltraVNC will work just fine.
Remote Desktop would work just fine as well.
You just need to make each computer use a different port number for the connection and then forward the appropriate port on your router to the LAN ip address of the computer.
 

JohnWill

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I use UltraVNC on everything from Windows 2000 to Windows 7 64-bit.
 
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