I'm trying to connect to my server from outside the office network and I'm having problems. It's an Athlon XP 3200+ with Windows Server 2003 Web Edition, and it's in an office with all the computers networked. I can connect to it using any other computer in the office with the IP address: 192.168.1.105, but I can't from home or anywhere else outside the office. How can I fix this?
The 192.168.x.x subnets are non-routable, which means you are not able to connect to these subnets from outside the local network. You will need to setup port forwarding rules on your router to be able to connect to this server from the internet.
BTW, this post should probably have been made to the Technical / Security forum.
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192.168.1.105 is an internal network IP address as colklink stated. You need to login to your router and use the port forwarding to give it an external IP address. Then you should be able to remote into your server