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How TS Client access multi-W2K servers?

By wil ·
I have multiple W2K servers each with Terminal Services Remote Admin installed and enabled. How can I connect from my home PC to Administer any of these server? I specify the IP address of the NIC that is connected to the ADSL line, but how do I gain access to the other servers in the network? Do I need to establish a VPN connection to each?

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by jasonschambers In reply to How TS Client access mult ...

To get to your terminal servers you need to connect to the internal address of your servers. Your DSL ip address needs to translate to the internal address of your terminal server.
1. your server address is 10.0.0.1 amd your DSL ipaddress is x.x.x.x . So you will do this with either a router (like a Broadband router) which will allow you to to enter the external address to the internal address (NAT)=Network Address Translation
2.You can use the routing services in Windows 2000 server if you are rnning a DHCP server. Look in the DHCP to translate addresses.
3. If you are running through a firewall you will need to open the terminal server ports that are required to get in. They are:
3389 RDP client
1494 Citrix (ICA) client
636 Secure LDAP over SSL
1503 T.120 teleconferencing protocol
1720 H.323 call setup
1731 Audio call control
Dynamically assigned ports for call control and RTP transport of the data

Iif this is not enough information please let me know and I can explain more.

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by wil In reply to How TS Client access mult ...

Need more detail. I have 7 servers (192.168.1.150-170) with TS running. Telco/ISP -> 3Com Modem -> ISA Server NIC 1 (WAN) -> ISA Server (Internal) -> other W2K servers. Ideally I'd like to hit the ISA server with a TS Client and have it offer a listof all servers broadcasting (port 3389 open) the Terminal Service service (ILS block?). Will I need to establish specific 'tunnels' or VPN routes through the ISA server?

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by R. A. Caluste In reply to How TS Client access mult ...

This is what I did.

I installed IIS on my Dial-up Server (running RRAS).

I installed Terminal Services Advanced Client.
http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/downloads/recommended/TSAC/default.asp (no space in url)

I access my client via Internet Explorer using
http://myserver.com/tsweb

from the tsweb client, i specify the server and resolution.

hope this helps.

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How TS Client access multi-W2K servers?

by wil In reply to How TS Client access mult ...

The VPN and Adv TSClient sound like a good combination. Have you ever tried incorporating this into ISA server?

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