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#1 DenshaOtoko

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Posted 02 November 2006 - 04:21 AM

hihi, I'm very new to the network kind of things. Recently, i'm trying to remote my office pc at home, but i fail to do so. I hv googled for weeks, still cant find the solution. Hopefully some expert over here can help me.

i believe that my office network is behind some kind of firewall or NAT or anything else. (i really not familiar with it). Thus, all the pc in my office is using a same external ip and then the server allocate some internal ip to us.

I hv try using GotoMypc, hamachi, no-ip, hhproxy and many many other software and make HTTP sharing, WAN TO LAN network, create VPN, tunneling ... but nth success ... i cant use the normal remote access software coz i dunno what to type for the ip address since only 1 external ip. i believe the main reason is i not sure how to do it correctly...

i hv try hhproxy which claim that i can map the port of the server to my pc port. but i dunno it works or not.
this is the script
LogLevel 0
TcpMap 6279 120 211.27.164.21 192.168.1.11 6279 0 0

so i really hope somone can help me out. I really appreciate if someone can give me a detail guide or a link to it.

* i dun hv the authority to change firewall setting

this is some website i hv gone through. Just hope it can give more information to u guys...
http://www.remote-de...aq.html#1.1.3.6
http://theillustrate...DesktopSSH.html
http://www.canyouseeme.org/
http://www.pcflank.com/scan.php

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Posted 02 November 2006 - 10:17 AM

Your company may not be permitting remote access. If they do permit it, then you need to get your I.T. department to help you set it up. Usually connections will be very specific and tightly controlled.
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#3 DenshaOtoko

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Posted 02 November 2006 - 08:26 PM

Your company may not be permitting remote access. If they do permit it, then you need to get your I.T. department to help you set it up. Usually connections will be very specific and tightly controlled.


is there any way i can bypass the firewall?? :cool: :cool: like sth maybe tunnel through the http port? coz i remember i hv seen some articles talking about remote access using IIS and http port.. but i dunno how to work it out. and any other methods i can used ? i really hope i can do sth like MSN messenger. it allow to remote control pc if the person accept the invitation.. the only problem is it need somebody to "accept" it and always hv bug (like the remote access window never show up, it jsut load for a while and show nth)

anyway, really appreciate for ur help... ;D

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Posted 02 November 2006 - 08:55 PM

If the office won't set it up for you, then they don't want it done. Your attempts at remote connection will be seen as hacking if they are discovered, and you could get fired.
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Posted 03 November 2006 - 02:33 AM

Talk to your network administrator. From my time as a netadmin, I can tell you that there are valid reasons that this should or should not be implemented on sites.

It all depends on what you're trying to do - if it's mission-critical or not, and how much it will impact your job if you're able to do it remotely or not.

If you are, I suggest using RealVNC or UltraVNC to get the job done.
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