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By jasonbis ·
I have a dsl router at my office and a cable modem at home and want to establish a remote connection between the two using pcanywhere. However, the cisco 676 router is stopping me from making the connection. I know how to change the ports pcanywhereis using. That isn't the problem. The problem is all the workstations here at the office have non-routable IP addresses and I obviously can't expect to connect to a non-routable IP from home. My home computer can't see my office computer. The only routable address I have is the one for my router. How do I make my home computer connect to my router using pcanywhere and then connect to my office workstation? Please don't give a brief answer. I need specifics and a very detailed answer.

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by TimTheToolMan In reply to Pcanywhere

Hi,

Specifically to answer your question (The example is for Netmeeting so use different ports), taken directly from the manual...

"Enhancements to Network Address Translation (NAT) functionality include:

Support for NAT for H.323 -- For example, Microsoft NetMeeting is an H.323 application that has been successfully tested with NAT. Create the following static NAT entries for outside to inside NetMeeting calls to work:

set nat entry add inside_ip address 1503 outside_ipaddress 1503 tcp

set nat entry add inside_ip address 1720 outside_ipaddress 1720 tcp
"

The link to the "Cisco's Broadband Operating System User's Manual" is...

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/dsl_prod/c600s/cbos/cbo210rn.htm

(remove spaces from the above URL)

And the link to the "Cisco 676 ADSL Router Installation and Configuration Manual" is...

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/dsl_prod/c600s/guidarch/c676cfg/config.htm

(remove spaces from the above URL)

If this is work's router, it would be worth your while familiarising yourself will the router's functions and capabilities before you begin.

Cheers,
Tim.

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