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Linksys EZXS88W pass-through port problem

Have a fully used Linksys EZXS88W router. Attempting to access three (3) workstations on this router (each running Windows XP Pro) so these workstations can be controlled using XPs remote desktop feature. How can I open three ports in the router and assign them specifically to each of the workstations to avoid port congestion problems ???

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Type 192.168.1.1 on your browser's address bar. You will see a login dialog box .
Type your username & password and login to device.
A web page will appear , you can go to security section & select virtual servers.
From virtual servers section you can create port you want either TCP or UDP.

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