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Old 03-21-2004, 11:54 PM   #1
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I need some help so that i can connect to my routers (which is at home) from work / cybercafe. How can i do it? I've got a Dynalink RTA220 ADSL router which i uplink it to my Netgear WGT624 wireless router. I have tried to enable the Netgear Remote management and make it available to all ip address but i still can't connect to it from work. Any ideas?
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The only way to do that would be to make it an Internet Host
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Old 03-23-2004, 03:44 PM   #3
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How do i do that ?
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There is a program that you would need - like an OS which constantly hosts from your computer whatever website you want - once you buy the domain name. Your computer will need to be on all day and night, and your Internet will have to be on all day and night. If you're just hosting some files, then you might aswell find an external host - unless you want to set up a website. In which case for a begginner you should probably also set up an external host.
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IF you have enabled remote management and assigned an IP to the routers then that should work. From my expreince, you just stick the IP straight into the address bar.
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Ah! Far more simple than my idea! I feel silly I didn't think of it now!
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If your Netgear is behind your Dynalink RTA220 ADSL router then you will have do some configuring on the Dynalink RTA220 ADSL router. Let's say that the Dynalink RTA220 ADSL router is 192.168.0.1 and the Netgear's internal IP is 192.168.0.5. You have to get into the first gateway (Dynalink RTA220 ADSL router) and forward whatever port you are using in the remote management feature on the netgear through the Dynalink. (8080, 8088 or whatever) So, in this case you would log into 192.168.0.1 and forward port 8080 (or whatever) to 192.168.0.5. Then you can just use IE to administr the sencond gateway.
Via IE, you would type in the external IP and then a ":" and then the port that you are forwarding.

"64.23.110.119:8080"

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