Windows 10: Remote port for remote address

Discus and support Remote port for remote address in Windows 10 Gaming to solve the problem; I live on an island US territory 3hrs from Japan. I somehow always get connected to an address in Ireland when gaming online. My ISP services comes... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Gaming' started by timblas, Mar 6, 2021.

  1. timblas Win User

    Remote port for remote address


    I live on an island US territory 3hrs from Japan. I somehow always get connected to an address in Ireland when gaming online. My ISP services comes from California US. Using Task Manager/Resource Monitor, it shows that I am connected to remote address Ireland through remote port 3074. Is it possible to change anything so I get connected to the US? or is it all on where the game Warzone wants to send me? I don't think it is distance related because I believe there is a server in Japan/Asia.

    :)
     
    timblas, Mar 6, 2021
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  2. Windows 10 - Remote Desktop

    Hi,

    We will surely assist you with the issue you are facing with Windows 10.
    - Which version of Windows 10 Operating System are you using?

    - Were you able to upgrade to Windows 10 successfully?

    I suggest you to refer the below steps and see if this helps.


    • Enable remote desktop in settings
      • Control Panel\System and Security\System, Click "Remote Settings" on the left side

    • Verify my port forwarding settings were properly forwarding to my computers local IP address
      • run "cmd.exe" and then type "ipconfig". Find your IP from that list
    [*]
    • Make sure your firewall settings are open
    • Go to "Control Panel\System and Security\Windows Firewall\Allowed apps"
    • On the left, click "Allow an app or feature through Windows Firewall"
    • Click "Change Settings"
    • Find "Remote Desktop" in the list and make sure both "Private" and "Public" is checked.

    Let us know if this helps.

    Thank you.

    Credits to : Jace_Sango.
     
    Akheel Ahmed, Mar 6, 2021
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  3. Kari Win User
    Remote Desktop Connection problems


    Have you tried Remote Desktop Connection, to connect from your Windows 10 laptop to your Windows 7 desktop? Try it first, post back and tell how it went.

    Some additional help because you mentioned you are a remote newbie *Wink. The windows 7 related tutorials from our sister site the Seven Forums:


    1. On Windows 7 desktop, set network location to either Home or Work (I recommend Work):
    2. On Windows 7 desktop, allow incoming remote connections:
    3. On Windows 7 desktop, find out its IP address:
    4. On Windows 10 laptop, start the Remote Desktop application and connect to the Windows 7 desktop using the IP address from step 3 above (see Part Three in the tutorial):
    Try the above, post back how it went.
     
    Kari, Mar 6, 2021
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  4. Remote port for remote address

    Remote Desktop vs. Internet Remote Desktop (Internet and LAN)

    Remote Desktop works in exactly the same way over the Internet as over an internal network. However, when working over the Internet, you must take some extra steps in order to establish a connection:

    • The client must know the host's external IP address.
    • You must create a tunnel for port 3389 on the host's router.
    • The host must have a fixed internal IP address.
    • The host's router must direct port 3389 packets to the host's internal IP address.
    • The hosts's firewall must allow port 3389 packets.
    BTW, "Host" is the machine that is being taken over, often a PC at the work place.

    "Client" is your own machine, often the PC at your home.
     
    Frederik Long, Mar 6, 2021
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