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Can't connect to Desktop PC with Dameware using Netgear Router

I went from a Netgear Router, to the same model of Netgear Router because the original one got stepped on. Well, now, with the new router, I can't use dameware to connect to my desktop pc.

Can someone help me?

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Hi brianaugusti,

You need to open a port in the new router to allow remote connection. The port used by dameware is 6129, and the windows remote port is 3389

Please provide the model of your router so I can assist you with the next steps and how to open the ports.


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