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Dlink 524...trying to forward the ports for pcanywhere access.....router is the problem because pcanywhere connect when router is removed

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You will need to setup Ports 5631 and 5632 to forward to the IP of the computer with PC anywhere installed on it. You need to go into the Virtual Server section to setup the port forwarding.

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