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Hello any chance you could help me with opening ports on D-Link 2460R router so I can access my hp home server remotely?

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Here is an article on VNC that will assist you with home server remotely.

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If routing and remote access is enabled on the server, it should handle the bridging automatically between the two nics...

Otherwise, simply turn off the DHCP in the router, have the server and all the clients connect to the LAN ports, and they will automatically get their address from the server. In this scenario, you don't need to worry about the WAN port on the router.

But you might want to think about using the WAN port on the router to provide an added layer of security rather than exposing your server directly to the internet. You can set up all the port forwarding you need on the router.

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It's probably not about RDP. I think we are talking about the homeserver remote access that allows you to up/download stuff to/from yourshares, run the server console or remote control a workstation in your homenetwork from outside (from the internet).

The whole procedure is a little complex. In short, you have to:
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- forward the port numbers 80, 443 and 4125 to the servers IP address on your internet router.
- forward the port 3389 too, in case you want to use the RDP protocol to access the servers remote desktop.

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Port forwarding is not the only thing that you have to enable to access your home network. Firstly do you just want to access your router from the outside? If that is the case enable remote login via the administration tab.
If you want to login to your computer from the outside then you must first enable remote desktop and enable port forwarding on your router.

You enable port forwarding for port 3389 which is the remote desktop port. So start port is 3389 and end port is 3389 after that set a static IP on your computer that you want to access.
You can enable remote desktop by following the directions below at the link '

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/mobility/getstarted/enableremote.mspx

After doing this. What you do is go to the status tab of your router. Look at the IP there.

On the remote computer lauch remote desktop and enter that IP then click connect. IT will then ask you for the username and password of the computer behind the router that you want to login to. After that you should be able to get in.

If you need any clarifications regarding this you may message me and id be glad to help.

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