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Char Jackson

Exactly why Remote Desktop does not work well out in the Internet.
Except that, like I said, it works fine from the Internet. Note that "works
fine" is not the same as "does not work well".
If
your router goes wonky, it might stop forwarding requests from each PC.
I think I'll worry about that if it happens. (It hasn't, for me, and I've
been using routers since the late 1990's.) Besides, if you have a wonky
router then no solution is going to be stable for you. Get a router that
isn't wonky.
And all kinds of other problems that you just can't afford to worry
about. TeamViewer and all of the rest use a 3rd party server to connect
both controller and controllee.
"And all kinds of other problems that you just can't afford to worry about"
is pure FUD.
 
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Paul

Yousuf said:
I tend to put more pressure on my routers than average.

Yousuf Khan
You could build a router using an ordinary PC.
Just for the hell of it.
Fill it with RealTek NIC cards. Like this
card for $7 each :)

http://www.bestbuy.ca/en-CA/product...spx?path=46d4bf03c9b869df2fbfd8c0c2a0aeafen02

Using Intel NIC cards would be a better investment,
but then your build will cost a bit more to put
together.

You can run a custom Linux distro, bump up the
max connection limit, and so on. Use a flash based
storage media, rather than a hard drive.

http://www.dslreports.com/shownews/Exploring-DIY-Linux-Router-Distros-118897

Paul
 
C

Char Jackson

I tend to put more pressure on my routers than average.
Sorry, that still makes no sense. I see you digging, but I'm not sure what
you're looking for.
 
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