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port mapping to terminal services

By paul ·
I recently installed terminal services on my 2000 Server. I can connect internally but when I request to connect to the public ip address, I can't seem to get a connection. I am running NAT on my router that translates the internal ip to the public. Is there a tcp-ip port that I would have to map to the server in the router in order for the terminal clients to access the server? If so, then what port does terminal services for Windows 2000 server use? Thank You

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Terminal Services requires TCP port 3389 to be open between the client and the server.

For a complete list of the ports used by Windows server products, see article Q150543 on Microsoft's TechNet site (www.microsoft.com/technet).

regards!

paul

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