|Thanks Wanderer again.. !!! |
You really made it easy for me to understand how port forwarding works. And yeah, it's for single user only.
Actually, I have 2 routers. First one is for DHCP with local ip and the second one is ADSL router (the one having wan ip). The gateway for my first router is my second router. So, I think I need do port forwarding on both the routers, right???
Moreover, the application which I want user to get the access is windows application which uses ODBC. That means, I need to enter mywanip:port on user pc's odbc connection string, am I correct???
Actually, user should be able to use the application as the local windows application as they need to logon to the application most of the time and print the report on their premises only and I also can't assign one dedicated PC for the remote login. So, remote login products will not help me on this.
Please suggest me further!!!