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By aamerawan ·
Hi
I am asked to to connect two site so that user can share resources and can log in fro either site and have access to their work space from either site.

My company is has two offices in same city and both offcies are running windows 2003 server and are connected to the internet with ADSL modem
please help

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by hozcanhan In reply to How to connect two sites

buy a router that supports VPN , ask for a static ip ( for both sites ) from your ISP . for a virtual private lan and "achieve " the goals above you listed by forming a AD ( advanced directory ) topology . ıt is possible and many people are using it . You have to read a lot , ask a lot OR pay some pros to do it for you . You choose .

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You can achive this by configuring a RRAS on a windows 2003 server.

by umeshkmr In reply to

You can achive this by configuring a RRAS on a windows 2003 server, and register a domain name with "NOIP.COM" so that it'll bind with your dynamic ip, and let the remote users to create a vpn client connection and let them login using the name you registered. Thats it DONE.

(i think this could be the cheapest solution as a start later on you can go for a static ip)

Please call me for any inquiries.
Umesh Kumar (974-5772125)
umeshkmr@gmail.com

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ALLOWING INCOMING CONNECTION THROUGH PORT 3389 THROUGH LAN IP

by umeshkmr In reply to You can achive this by co ...

ALLOWING INCOMING CONNECTION THROUGH PORT 3389 THROUGH LAN IP

I assume that you are using a LINKSYS DSL router for remote desk connection.

Go to the server/ PC where you want the remote users to let use remote desktop service make sure your windows firewall is except for 3389 port (rdp) then go to your ADSL console page and do port forwarding to the port 3389 (rdp) follow the word document attached for more info on linksys dsl router. (reset the DSL router)



Now go to cmd prompt and type ipconfig/ all and find out the public ip for example (82.33.44.55) then go to the other end pc and try telnetting (to start Run and type telnet 82.33.44.55 3389) if it is telneting that means port now open so you are done, now go to remote desktop client and type the public ip address and connect it. Type in the remote desktop enabled user name and password that?s it you are connected.



Since this IP address is dynamic ip address you will have problem remembering it always, for that I found another solution to bind the current ip address to a name, let me know once you are succeeded on this task then I will let you know.

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hi Umesh

by joe_r1007 In reply to ALLOWING INCOMING CONNECT ...

Need step by step tips to connect to sites together. One is an assisting, the other is a new located office.
Basically they need to just share files in the main server which is running MS windows Server 2003.
Kindly email it to joe_r1007@yahoo.com. Thanks alot mate, appreaciate it. Cheers!

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by yasirirfan In reply to How to connect two sites

Hi as u said both sites are connected to the internet with ADSL modems, replace those modems with LinkSys Wireless-G ADSL Gateway -WAG54G V.2
and try to get two real IPs from your ISP. You can establish a VPN connection between two sites. For any further details do contact.

cheers

yasir

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by yasirirfan In reply to How to connect two sites

Hi as u said both sites are connected to the internet with ADSL modems, replace those modems with LinkSys Wireless-G ADSL Gateway -WAG54G V.2
and try to get two real IPs from your ISP. You can establish a VPN connection between two sites. For any further details do contact.

cheers

yasir

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by yasirirfan In reply to How to connect two sites

Hi as u said both sites are connected to the internet with ADSL modems, replace those modems with LinkSys Wireless-G ADSL Gateway -WAG54G V.2
and try to get two real IPs from your ISP. You can establish a VPN connection between two sites. For any further details do contact.

cheers

yasir

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by shafaatch In reply to How to connect two sites

Hi if your ADSL service provider is providing ASDL with CIR only for VPN without browsing then you no need to install VPN router or VPN windows server.
If you need internet browsing also then you have to install Windows RRAS on windows 2003 server at one location using ADSL with fix IP and configure second location as VPN client using ADSL or any other media.

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by shafaatch In reply to How to connect two sites

Hi if your ADSL service provider is providing ASDL with CIR only for VPN without browsing then you no need to install VPN router or VPN windows server.
If you need internet browsing also then you have to install Windows RRAS on windows 2003 server at one location using ADSL with fix IP and configure second location as VPN client using ADSL or any other media.

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ALLOWING INCOMING CONNECTION THROUGH PORT 3389 THROUGH LAN IP

by umeshkmr In reply to How to connect two sites

ALLOWING INCOMING CONNECTION THROUGH PORT 3389 THROUGH LAN IP

I assume that you are using a LINKSYS DSL router for remote desk connection.

Go to the server/ PC where you want the remote users to let use remote desktop service make sure your windows firewall is except for 3389 port (rdp) then go to your ADSL console page and do port forwarding to the port 3389 (rdp) follow the word document attached for more info on linksys dsl router. (reset the DSL router)



Now go to cmd prompt and type ipconfig/ all and find out the public ip for example (82.33.44.55) then go to the other end pc and try telnetting (to start Run and type telnet 82.33.44.55 3389) if it is telneting that means port now open so you are done, now go to remote desktop client and type the public ip address and connect it. Type in the remote desktop enabled user name and password that?s it you are connected.



Since this IP address is dynamic ip address you will have problem remembering it always, for that I found another solution to bind the current ip address to a name, let me know once you are succeeded on this task then I will let you know

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