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.


1 comments:

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!