Monday, January 04, 2010

Windows Home Server Remote Access - Understanding Double-NAT

Are you having troubles with remote access? Could it be because you have a Double-NAT configuration on your network?  HomeServerLand has a video that explains what a double-NAT is and how you can avoid it. It’s a great 2 minute video that will help you understand this configuration and how to avoid it.

This great video talks about how to determine if you have a double NAT either on your local network, or from your Internet Service Provider.

If you haven’t already, make sure you check out HomeServerLand’s very valuable router configuration support wiki.


Dirk said...

I was having a hard time getting remote access to work with my two routers. Both supported UPNP and I had swapped them out not understanding that I needed to forward on both. The video helped a lot. WELL DONE and THANK YOU!