[nSLUG] Access to private network from outside
steve at zinck.ca
Thu Jul 31 08:32:01 ADT 2003
On Thu, Jul 31, 2003 at 08:26:06AM -0300, Steve Zinck wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 30, 2003 at 10:08:07PM -0300, Vikram wrote:
> > Hello people
> > I have a home network of 2 Windows boxes that are behind a Masquerading
> > "redhat linux" server; the server is on Eastlink HSPI. I wish to access
> > both of these windows boxes from my office machines. Can this be
> > accomplished? What tools could be used? I can SSH into the linux
> > server but SSH service is not running on either of the windows boxes.
> > Thanks in advance.
> I use Remote Administrator (www.radmin.com) to access my NT servers from
> remote. Works well, and is a LOT faster than VNC, even though radmin
> natively supports 128 bit encryption. It supports a couple neat
> features like "file transfer mode" which allows you to securely transfer
> files around, a "Telnet" mode which drops you to the DOS/cmd prompt on
> the remote box, and a remote shutdown which, presumably, remotely shuts
> down the box without having to click start->shutdown. :)
> The only downside is that it's non-free and commercial, but it beats the
> hell out of VNC.
Oh, I should mention that there are no Linux clients. I think Vikram
uses Windows at work anyway ;)
I've been using Windows at work for too long now...
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