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Mark it as an accepted solution!I am not a Comcast employee.Was your question answered?Mark it as a solution! 0 Kudos Posted by jathal ‎01-20-2012 02:53 PM Frequent Visitor View All Member Sooner Reply With Quote 08-05, 01:28 AM #3 Re: Remote Desktop not working with Router and Comcast account I've yet to hear of a verified ISP block of 3389, TCP. "Sooner Your info on the router's WAN information is not specific enough, what is the WAN IP address? I am not a Comcast employee, I am a paying customer just like you!I am an XFINITY Forum Expert and I am here to help. weblink

I know were I live if you use alot of one port, they start to look into it and somtimes ban or limit the port. Better yet, get a more up-to-date router. Where are you calling from? Connor Freebairn - [email protected] IT Technician & Certified computer geek. http://forums.xfinity.com/t5/Your-Home-Network/Remote-desktop-with-SMCD3GNV-modem-router/td-p/1150513

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Text Quote Post |Replace Attachment Add link Text to display: Where should this link go? If outside the router, then use the router's WAN IP address. Forums → US ISPs cable → Comcast XFINITY → Remote Desktop to home on Comcast uniqs8198 Share « Can someone check out my shaperprobe results? • [Speed] Comcast provisioned speeds » We then remote desktop to the computer we to use after logging in thru the VPN.

So do I map IP to port 3389 all along the way. Verify the computer name and domain that you are trying to connect to.” The name of the pc is correct and the domain is correct. Besides, reading your first post, I would have checked the DNS the user is using. Dashboard for XFINITY TV on the X1 Platform Get details on weather, traffic, sports and more all from your XFINITY TV on the X1 Platform Dashboard.

that 3389 should go to PC IP address. Xfinity Router Port Forwarding The idea is you don't want the IP to change for any reason, so ensure that by using a specific IP. 2. Please let us know if require direct testing with you IT Admin. recommended you read Replaced my D-Link router with a new MediaLink Router, and updated the router settings.

Home Questions Office Help Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Ask a Question Excel Microsoft Word PowerPoint Advanced Search Forum IT & Networking I am not a Comcast employee, I am a paying customer just like you!I am an XFINITY Forum Expert and I am here to help. I changed the modem from its address of with DHCP mapping through to with DHCP mapping through Teamviewer is not to bad either.2.

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Had to replace and fix it. there has to be another link such as they all use the same WIndows image, or belong to the same user group or something.   0 Chipotle OP Remote Desktop Connection Comcast Ede " Kernel panic: Aiee, killing interrupt handler!" #4 M Rossi New Member Total Posts : 7 Scores: 0 Reward points: 0 Joined: 2013/10/01 08:22:54 Status: offline RE: remote desktop thru What Is My Ip What makes a person with Alzheimer's/Dementia do this? [OpenForum] by battleop207.

Categories: Posts Information Center 2224 Community Announcements Terms of Service and User Guidelines Recognition Room Community Use FAQs Suggestions For This Community Community Blogs 1170 Verizon Small Biz Blog Products and have a peek at these guys By the way, I had called Comcast a couple of years ago to put my Arris into bridge mode, and have used my Netgear router for DHCP. So...I decided with RDP no longer functioning, might as well pop the newer modem into place. By duckwithanokhatStarted 31 minutes ago Posted in Photography and Videography 3 Dynamic Super Resolution?

Would you happen to know when it used to work and what changed just before it stopped working? Stay informed with Comcast Alerts Alerts are an easy, quick way to manage your account and get information - like payment confirmations and your current balance. Mark it as an accepted solution!I am not a Comcast employee. check over here Comcast, so I assume its cable.  Do the affected users have old DOCSIS v1 modems?

The RDP access itself is also password protected, as all machines require a user login for access. Article by: rfc1180 The Maximum Segment size (MSS) is an important consideration when troubleshooting connectivity via the Internet/Intranet. Forgot your Username?

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Many routers do not handle routing from behind the router through the public ip and back behind the router very well. Nothing at work has changed; everyone else can log in with no problems, including everyone else with FIOS.I honestly have no ideas at all; this is not my area of expertise I've used it do connect to Win XP Pro, W2i3 Server and Win7 Pro systems at home.It's just a matter of correctly configuring your own router/firewall to port forward correctly. In general these gateways are junk and I would highly recommend getting rid of it or having it placed in bridge modem and no dealing with the sub-par wireless router component.

Educate yourself.http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/138853-just-got-myself-into-a-fully-working-hackintosh-amd-no-less/ share Link to post Share on other sites defploit defploit    Member 15 posts Posted April 14, 2014 Try setting up a lan.. (Hamachi) and then connect. Our Tier 2 Support tested the SMC gateway and verified that all ports are open and no filtering rules are in place that will inhibit inbound traffic. I have forwarded the >>appropriate port (3389?) to the IP address of my machine. http://haiteq.com/remote-desktop/copy-to-remote-desktop-not-working.php For information on the program click here.We ask that you post publicly so people with similar questions may benefit from the conversation.Was your question answered?

Having the gateway placed in bridge mode essentially turns the gateway into an EMTA, leaving just the cable modem and telephone adapters active. We generally recommend that you call Comcast and have them put the modem in bridge mode, and then use a separate router (do you still have your D-Link?). 0 Kudos Posted