By Josh Hoskins
I would really appreciate if you can help me. I have a Westell Versalink c90-327W30-06 Modem/Router. I am trying to get the cpapbility to come into Windows Home server created homepage from another computer. since the modem/router is not capable of UPnP, I have manually opened port 80, 443, & 4125. I still can not get the server software on remote access to give me a check mark on the router accepting Web site connections & the next one is accepting Remote Access Connections. The only way to make that happens it seems is if I allow IP passthrough of the server. Which of course is not the best thing to do. Do you have any ideas? Thanks a lot for all you help.
Yes. The microsofties have found yet another tempting situation that sounds good. 10, 9, 8, 7,6, my 2? CDN
I am not familiar with Home Server but if this is anything like other remote connections try opening port 3389 normally used for remote access with Terminal Service. This needs to be an Incoming TCP in your router. Port 80, 443 are outgoing only, don't make them Incoming. Port 4125 is for Remote Web Workplace and needs to be Incoming as well.
Yeah, this is just a revenue stream, I can't imagine something like this ever being useful to anyone. *rolling eyes*
Microsoft in "Generating revenue by releasing new products" shocker? Surely not. It's a company. That's what companies do.