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mikemillion2000 Click to Email mikemillion2000Click to check IP address of the poster 10/22/2003, 01:41 PM ()
"Remote access to my Cable Modem"

I am trying to figure out a way to access my PC at home via my Cable Modem. Do I have to go through my ISP (Adelphia) in order to gain access to the 'seemingly' internal network in order to access my pc (i.e. configure a route from my pc at the office to the internal network), or is there a simpler way.

In addition, what's the best software package to use, as I am looking at VNC but want to know if there are any other solutions.




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RE: Remote access to my Cable Modem, mike, 10/24/2003, (1)
RE: Remote access to my Cable Modem, W3bMa5t3r, 01/19/2004, (2)

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mike Click to Email mikeClick to check IP address of the poster 10/24/2003, 03:44 PM ()
1. "RE: Remote access to my Cable Modem"
VNC, PC Anywhere, and a few others that have slipped my mind.

VNC is pretty decent, although make sure you change the default port and also use a foolproof password as people can scan for open VNC ports.



W3bMa5t3r Click to check IP address of the poster 01/19/2004, 04:04 PM ()
2. "RE: Remote access to my Cable Modem"
Ditto on those programs. I use PC Anywhere, but they're all about the same.

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