29-04-2010 20:52 - edited 29-04-2010 20:57
I am trying to get remote access working (remote desktop) in order to do this my ip needs to be accessible from another computer outside my network.
I am using radmin 3 trial.
I got port 4899 forward to 192.168.11.2:4899 from my buffalo router. I also have DNS domain from dyndns.com (my DNS: kintesh.ath.cx).
Without doing anything else, anyone should be able to see my router login on default port 80 (kintesh.ath.cx:80). However this doesn’t work. I can’t even ping using cmd or access my router settings from outside of my network. What’s interesting is that i can access my port by kintesh.ath.cx and the ping it using cmd by kintesh.ath.cx.
Any ideas. thanks in advance!
30-04-2010 09:41 - edited 30-04-2010 09:44
Have you got it so that the routers interface is accessible from the outside there is a setting to allow that I think on the buffalo, not too sure as I have retired my buffalo which had DD-WRT installed on.