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If your router is not compatible, you may need to configure it manually.

How to do this will vary with each make/model of router.

Click on the Settings icon and in the list on the left hand side select Remote Access.

Step 3: Turn On Remote Access Click on the Turn On button under the remote access section.

However it is accomplished, you must forward ports 80, 4 to the your home server’s IP address established in the previous section.

The second way is to to setup the IP address in the WHS itself.

Change this to “Allow connections from computers running any version of Remote Desktop”.

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The home server will then attempt to configure your router by forwarding the proper ports and testing the remote access.

If the router is configured correctly you should see that remote access is Available.

We need to set it up so that the Windows Home Server always has the same IP address. The first, and preferred method, is by setting up a reserved IP address in the DHCP section of your router.



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