Connecting to remote desktop

Good evening!

You have a server with Windows Server 2008 on Board, it is in a local network and has no external ip.
Can I externally connect to a remote desktop without setting a permanent static ip? I guess I will help dynamic dns? However, I will connect only to the router which distributes the Internet in the organization, and what to do next? Or maybe I need a VPN?
Help, pozh-hundred, I got confused :)
October 10th 19 at 10:16
7 answers
October 10th 19 at 10:18
Can, using, for example, the wonderful program TeamViewer.
However, because OS server, you will have to purchase a commercial version.
October 10th 19 at 10:20
In addition to DynDNS which will help connect without permanent ip, you also need to configure the router to probasco port inside your local network, this is true for a VPN and without it (RDP for example). With vpn to server connection is preferable, maybe safer.
October 10th 19 at 10:22
Or has to traverse on the router port 3389 (any other on request) on the server
Or using logmein (requires no commercial versions)
Or from the same office hamachi, but you will need and on the client then to put the component.
October 10th 19 at 10:24
I understand that without port forwarding in any case can not do? just once had a bad experience I had with D-Link and NAT :( or here without cost?
from my proposed second and third options do not require port forwarding. But if you have access to the router, it is better to do it the easiest and most direct option. Usually this is called "virtual server" on some of the routers. Find a tab and everything will be clear — to drive the IP of the server and the port (3389/tcp in your case) - Selena_Rath99 commented on October 10th 19 at 10:27
Thanks for the tips! - Keaton.Stant commented on October 10th 19 at 10:30
October 10th 19 at 10:26
still have logmein ;)
also, if the speaker is DNS, then just forward the appropriate port on the router. What is your router what is your IP (the internal server) and what you want to connect to? - Selena_Rath99 commented on October 10th 19 at 10:29
October 10th 19 at 10:28
You know, I'm half the night immersed in LogMeIn and I am such a nice surprise from him, in which long been from any of the service was not yet. The most important thing for the client all available, simple and clear.
well here is the solution ;) - Selena_Rath99 commented on October 10th 19 at 10:31
yeah, that's it ) - Keaton.Stant commented on October 10th 19 at 10:34
October 10th 19 at 10:30
In some cases, the solution of the problem setting/using the VPN server installed on some other machine (i.e. your win2k8 server is a client), for example, in my peri-domestic VPN configuration server 'home' network is selected on my home router with my IP, and multiple machines behind the firewall connect to it and thus unite in one network.

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