Remote access from a public IP to a private IP with Windows Server 2003

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Windows Server 2003
I have a problem with my Windows Server 2003 SP1. I configured it as a router with 2 NIC (WAN and LAN) to provide internet access to our clients as an ISP, and this is working very well. My problem started when a client asked me for remote access directly from a public IP address to his private IP address. I tried to do it with address pool reservation in my RRAS but it is not working. I don’t know what to do now. Can you help me?
ASKED: September 8, 2008  8:11 PM
UPDATED: September 9, 2008  12:10 PM

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hi,
As you told your server has two NIC, wan and lan. you have configured it as router to provide internet . for remote aceess from public ip to his private ip in not allow . yours client must have atlest public ip to access . of they have confire vpn for that then you can access . otherwire you can go for team viewer or vnc like free software here is link

http://www.teamviewer.com/index.aspx

I think it well work for you

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