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    Port Forwarding to activate RDP and IIS

    I'm attempting to configure a PC to be accessible either using Remote Desktop or a web browser to IIS where I have a cable modem that connects to a second router which connects to the PC using a wireless connection. The cable modem has established the wireless router at 10.1.10.10 (it's the only thing connected to the cable modem. Should port forwarding in the cable modem be set to forward to the wireless router, or to the end PC which is at 192.168.0.102? Thanks in advance.
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    The cable modem likely can't even reach the PC, so you I would set the cable modem to forward to the wireless router and the wireless router to forward to the PC.
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    Thanks Rui, that was my inclination, and I just tried it but with no success so far. I'll keep plugging away.
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    Is the PC being assigned the same IP every time? Did you reserve it or set it to be a fixed IP?
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