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pcanywhere connect to router

pcanywhere connect to router

pcanywhere connect to router

I have a pc with a router with static ip and a wifi card that connects to a Lan. I am using pcanywhere to acces the pc through Lan, evcerything is OK. The problem is that I want to connect to the pc through Internet also. The host of the pc anywhere shows 2 ip's waiting 1st the network card which connects to the router and 2nd the wi-fi cards that connects to the Lan, I cannot connect through Internet I get a message when I insert the external static ip "unable to attach to the device".

Help please!!!

Thank you

RE: pcanywhere connect to router

Well you would need the port that pcanywhere uses forwarded in the router.  The other thing you could use which needs not port forwarding is logmein.com

RE: pcanywhere connect to router

About port forward the internal ip is and the wifi is which shall I port forward?

RE: pcanywhere connect to router

5631 and 5632  are the normal ports used by pcanywhere.

RE: pcanywhere connect to router

Sorry I ment which ip shall I forward to the router, I think it is the


RE: pcanywhere connect to router

the IP you are getting the internet from.

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