Question about RCA Cable Modem DCM315R (11603540)
I am trying to use remote desktop. My computer that I am trying to connect to has the setup of Cable Modem to the netgear router wired to my computer. I believe that I need to setup my cable modem to bridge to the router otherwise I think I am dealing with two different internal ip addresses and i believe it will confuse my system. I tried port forwarding from the router but It still doesn't find my computer. Any thoughts?
Usually cable providers provide public ip directly to your company ( already bridged ). so no need to configure your modem to bridge.
- Connect the computer directly to the modem and if possible, let me know the ip address of your PC, So we can find the modem already bridged.
- If its already bridged, then Open the ports on your Router ( port number : 3389 for TCP ) or else you may try DMZ Host on your router to check whether it works.
DMZ ( Demilitarize Zone ) host which opens all ports on your network and shows ur computer to the outside Network which is not really secured one. but you can try it for testing purpose whether it let you to use remote desktop.
Hope this will help you
Posted on Oct 25, 2007
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