I've converted my computer to dualboot to XP pro SP1. (yes i know, i know, i can already hear ya'll screaming) and neither IIS nor remote desktop is exactly working.
192.168.1.2 works fine going between computers on my LAN for remote desktop.
192.168.1.2 does work for IIS web pages across network
**.142.***.15 does NOT work for remote desktop
**.142.***.15 does NOT work for IIS webpages.
Internet connection firewall is turned off, there is no windows firewall that i can locate, i added IUSR_admin as a user, I unchecked "automatically detect settings", I've tried with and without network cable connected.
Ports 3389 and my user selected port are both forwarded to 192.168.1.2 at the router.
What have I missed?
Internet IP Address: Get Dynamically From ISP
Domain Name Server (DNS) Address : Get Automatically From ISP
Router MAC Address: Use Default Address
Please select the service type: Port Forwarding
# Service Name Start Port End Port Server IP Address
1 remoteDT2 80 80 192.168.1.2
2 remoteDT3 3389 3389 192.168.1.2
Connect Automatically, as Required: checked
Disable SPI Firewall: unchecked
Default DMZ Server: unchecked
Respond to Ping on Internet Port: unchecked
MTU Size (in bytes): 1500
Use Router as DHCP Server: checked
Use a Dynamic DNS Service: off
Static Routes: none
Turn UPnP On: checked
router is a netgear WGT624v3
are there any utilities i can use to find what in the system is blocking it? It passes the telnet test with the 192.168.1.2 IP.
I have this computer set to have a static internal IP.
everything is working fine behind the router.
I completely uninstalled and reinstalled IIS and that at least got everythign working behind the router, but nothing works outside it.
I'm on hughesnet, is there a know issue with it? All the computers are returning the same external IP address even though they have different internal IP's and MAC addresses.
I've done everythign listed on this page: www.testmy .net/t-16654
and yes i've had people outside my network (as in halfway across the country) try to access my external IP and it hasn't worked.