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- 26-10-06, 08:26 PM #11
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- 10-11-06, 08:27 AM #12
I've got the same problem. I was able to do it when I was with my last ISP but now no dice.
Have you guys been able to connect vie RDP whilst using SkBB?
- 14-11-06, 08:36 AM #13
Here is a check list of what I've done.
- Change the default port RDP uses
- Open the port (UDP) in Zone Alarm
- Set up the Service and Fire Wall rule to forward the traffic from that port to my machine on the router
- Registered with no-ip and installed the app that updates the IP Address if it changes
- Tried to connect to mymachine.no-ip.org:8765
"The client could not connect to the remote computer
Remote connections might not be enabled or the computer might be too busy to accept new connections.
It is also possible that network problems are preventing your connection."
I'm pretty certain it can't be a network issue, as the net connection was working fine just before I left the house this morning and has been fine each night I've gotten home. I've check with my IT guys and they haven't blocked the port I'm using.
Also I get no response when trying to ping, respond to ping is enabled on the router.
- 14-11-06, 08:48 AM #14
First of all your work might be blocking ping on their gateway. Secondly try connecting to your machine via the IP address of your WAN port on your router before you go to the DDNS service also disable zonealarm to see if this helps. Your router is equiped with a hardware firewall which is alot more secure than a software firewall.
- 14-11-06, 09:31 AM #15
I just tried the WAN IP but got the same results.
I'm a belt and braces guy when it comes to security I will try shutting down Zone Alarm, unfortunately I will have to try it tomorrow as I work over 30 miles away from home.
The only things to have changed since I was last able to connect are:-
- I've moved house
- Different ISP
- I'm using the Sky BB Router
I'm thinking of maybe trying my old router to help narrow down what the problem is.
- 14-11-06, 09:36 AM #16
Thats the problem you cant use your old router, the username and password for your skybb service is hardcoded into the router. All i can think of is, if everything else you say is still the same, the zonealarm and double check the port forwarding on your router to allow incoming and outgoing for the port specified for your RDP on both TCP/UDP protocols from the machine you would like to RD.
- 14-11-06, 09:57 AM #17
There are ways to obtain the login information, details of which can be found in the Technical Discussion forum. But you didn't hear that from me You can gain access to that forum by emailing access @ skyuser.co.uk
I checked the port forwarding this morning and the service is being used both for incoming and outgoing traffic. I also changed the service protocol from TCP/UDP to just UDP thinking that may make a difference.
Remote Desktop just uses UDP doesn't it? Or should I have 2 services for RDP one for TCP and one for UDP both specifying the same port?
- 14-11-06, 10:03 AM #18
Well RDP Just uses the default Terminal Services Port (TCP 3389) by default unless you change the port but I have both TCP/UDP open, if you like I will set mine up tonight and let you know what I did. Ill have to give that email a message
- 14-11-06, 10:21 AM #19
yeah that will be good if you can check your set up and see if I've messed mine up somehow.
- 14-11-06, 10:33 AM #20
Ok mate will set it up tonight then try from work tomorrow and let you know.