• Access my Server through a router that placed inside a local network from the internet?

    Dear Experts, I need a solution for this issue: I'm operating a database that uses a port in my Server that needs to be accessed from outside the organisation. The problem is: The server (Windows XP Based) is located under a router, and the server's IP inside this internal department router is: 192.168.1.100 The router get's... show more
    Dear Experts, I need a solution for this issue: I'm operating a database that uses a port in my Server that needs to be accessed from outside the organisation. The problem is: The server (Windows XP Based) is located under a router, and the server's IP inside this internal department router is: 192.168.1.100 The router get's it's internet connection from the organisation local network, and the IPs that the router gets are: IP: 192.168.7.84 Subnet: 255.255.255.0 Gateway: 192.168.7.254 I DO NOT have any way to control the organisation LAN configurations, but I can change my router configuration. Now, I have to access my server's database from the internet, outside the organisation. We do not have any VPN solution installed. Is there any kind of solution that I can use that can solve my issue? For example, I use Logmein to access my server from remote, and there are no problem doing that... So I guess that there is some kind of solution that I can install on my server in order to have access from outside... Please you advice, Doron Tal
    4 answers · Computer Networking · 9 years ago