Usually the network is detected as "Public Network" and Remote Desktop isn't enabled for public connectivity. Also, Windows 7 machines can RDP to another system running Win 7 - but only Enterprise, Ultimate or Professional editions. Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. To resolve you have to edit the firewall scope options to incluse the remote subnet or all.
Cheers - Bob vilic 0 7 Feb 2016 11:59 AM Hi Garry, Did you create a DNAT rule for this, like: - Traffic selector: Subnet1 machine IP → Microsoft Remote Desktop Could it be an issue with the LAGG group? Which is why it's further protected by the UTM. This way no matter which USB drive is installed, the backups will successfully write without any administrative intervention. http://www.techrepublic.com/forums/discussions/remote-desktop-across-two-networks-in-the-same-range/
This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Check the router The router might be blocking the connections. If that was the case i'm sure they could access the shares on the server that have permission for everyone enabled- i can't even see the server, they can't ping anything To change the subnet on the VPN...is that something that needs doing here maybe on the RRAS server or at LAN B's connection.thanks, Kevin 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - RRAS and
I want to connect to a remote pc which is on a different subnet example local ip add is 172.17.0.50 then remote is 192.168.10.8. Surely this is confusing his machine?!! The Server to be termed into is 10.1.1.200. I've done some IP configs from my end (LAN A)and his end LAN B.LAN B's router has the same internal address as our RRAS server which also acts as our WINS
Quick Navigation Home About Forums Downloads Contact Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2017 XenForo Ltd. share|improve this answer answered Dec 19 '15 at 18:38 davidgo 25.1k42053 To add to this, you may unintentionally have them on different subnets if the subnet mask is set Have you got the appropriate routing in place? Are you able to ping the machines you are trying to RDP to?
If you would like some more ideas please let us know the result of the pings. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Don't think that's an issue by CG IT · 10 here is some sample routes from my system:Active Routes:NetDest - Netmask ----- Gateway -- Interface0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 10.1.1.1 10.1.1.181188.8.131.52 255.0.0.0 127.0.0.1 127.0.0.110.1.1.0 255.255.255.0 10.1.1.1 10.1.1.18OK, so here's what it means. "0.0.0.0" is This seems to work fine from my home internet connection and from other software support houses, but there seems to be an issue with this one. We have a Domain Controller, Exchange server and an older 2003 Windows server.
Being on DHCP will ensure that this never happens again, and the reservation will give you essentially the same functionality as a static IP. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/remote-desktop-across-subnets.510393/ as far as "automatic nat rules" those shouldn't apply since i'm having the issue with internal networks, not external, correct? Allow Rdp From Different Subnet Hello,If you have no luck with this configuration you can always use a Hamachi client at both ends.Install Hamachi (www.hamachi.cc) and set-up a network. Remote Desktop Different Vlan I would not however risk any business data traversing their network.You could attempt to create a custom route for a single IP address using the "route add" command.
So when his VPN connects - it gives him a Primary WINS address which is the same as his router (We are nt4 domain) . I asked the network administrator and he said there isn't any MAC-specific or IP-specific blocking on the remote server. –Zev Spitz Dec 26 '15 at 19:34 Per the forwarding Multiple USB devices need t… Storage Software Windows Server 2008 Disaster Recovery Configuring Windows Server 2008 Volume Shadow Copies Video by: Rodney This tutorial will walk an individual through configuring a If so then the routes are there and you will need to check firewalls. 0 Message Author Comment by:buzz_2_infinity ID: 350555712011-03-07 Hello, Proper routing is in place.
The different private addressing using non routable Class C isn't an issue, else VPN wouldn't be a viable remote access feature. solved Can you have the same subnet on one computer with attached to two different class networks? LAN they are on different subnets, and there is a regular firewall blocking connection between the subnets.
Learn More Question has a verified solution. Hi, thanks for the reply thanks for that, i'm struggling to understand this a bit, sorry!! I have a separate subnet that contains all the servers, all but two of them I can browse with no problem and RDP into. i have enabled remote desktop connection on the remote pc.
But, when I'm at home, and on my laptop that obviously doesn't work. So even if you have the same subnet on your LAN as the remote LAN, the miniport has the local address, not your PC. Thanks everyone for the input, we are back up and running now! :) 0 LVL 77 Overall: Level 77 SBS 47 Windows Server 2003 29 Windows Server 2008 19 Message If you simply have 2 machines on 2 different sub net but on same physical lan, they won't talk to each other.
The vlans were set up initially to cut down the amount of network traffic/storms etc. All rights reserved. Click here to go to the product suggestion community RDP of a Windows computer through UTM 9.3 between multiple subnets? Cancel All Responses Answers Only BAlfson 0 6 Feb 2016 7:33 PM Hi, Garry, and welcome to the UTM Community!