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Allowing RDP access using Cisco 1700

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Allowing RDP access using Cisco 1700

jhadeka
Hi All,
I'm new here, and I'm new to the company I work for. I have a consultant that needs RDP access to my web server and I don't know the steps to allowing this. I've never configured a cisco 1700 before!!

Anyway, my company has RDP access to a couple of other servers that are in house, I just need to enable it to our webserver for a couple of days for the consultant and was just wondering if someone could assist??

Thanks in advance for any info, it is appreciated!

Jim
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    deepsand

    Try the "Questions" forum; the "Discussion" forum is for matters of general discussion, not specific problems in search of a solution.

    Post problems such as this to the "Question" forum, rather than the "Discussion" forum. There are those who specifically seek out problems in need of a solution, and that's where they go to look for such.

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    Edgar_Collins

    J, just use PAT for port 3389, this will send the connection to the webserver.

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    deepsand

    Try the "Questions" forum; the "Discussion" forum is for matters of general discussion, not specific problems in search of a solution.

    Post problems such as this to the "Question" forum, rather than the "Discussion" forum. There are those who specifically seek out problems in need of a solution, and that's where they go to look for such.

    Additionally there are the benefits that:

    1) The "Questions" forum provides for your feedback, by way of your being able to mark "helpful" responses as such. This does not necessarily mean that a given response contained the complete solution to your problem, but only that it served to guide you toward it. This is intended to serve as an aid to those who may in the future have a problem similar to yours, so that they might have a ready source of reference available, thereby perhaps obviating the need for them to repeat questions previously asked and answered.

    2) The revised TR makes it quite difficult to find both "Discussions" and "Questions" that have not had a fairly recent post, owing to some functions comingling them in the listings. By keeping each type in their respective forums, it is easier for all to find what they are looking for.

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    Edgar_Collins

    J, just use PAT for port 3389, this will send the connection to the webserver.