With our system you can get remote access to a computer without a public IP address and any additional software. Everything is simple:
- Establish two VPN connections to our system from two computers with any OS
- Run the tool for remote access (RDP, VNC, ssh, etc.) and connect to another computer at its address from the VPNKI network
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Which remote access tool to choose?
- Any. If you can access your computer inside your local network, you will get the same access using our system
- Typically, Windows uses "Remote Assistance", which is based on the RDP protocol
- For Linux systems, it can be VNC, ssh and others
Tell me a little more in detail
If you need to get remote access to a computer via the Internet, then you can use a wide range of products:
- You can use remote access services such as TeamViewer, Hamachi, and others. However, in this case, you will need to install their software. It is also worth noting that usually these services are paid for legal entities
- You can get a public IP address from your service provider and access it from the Internet
- Since this address will be on your router, you will have to open and forward ports to the inside of the network. It is not difficult, but not completely safe.
- The ISP may not have free addresses. This is very common for mobile operators
- Usually, the public IP address service is paid by ISP and especially when it comes to legal entities
- You can configure the ddns service on a computer or on a router to dynamically obtain a domain name and then access it from the Internet, but ...
- Firstly, not all ISPs will just let the traffic of your request from the Internet to your home
- Secondly, you will have to forward ports on the router, which is not completely safe
- Thirdly, when you receive a temporary domain name, then it becomes known not only to you, but also to amateurs who seek vulnerabilities in your equipment
- You can buy VPS hosting and run your own VPN server, where your computers will go. Alas, in this case you will have to do a lot on your own ..
However, you can use our service, where we have already created your own VPN server!
What do i need?
To organize remote access to a computer via the Internet, you need the following:
- Register and create two VPN tunnels on the personal page of the system. Remember or write down two IP addresses and two logins (in userXXX format) issued by our system
- Set up a VPN connection on the computer (to which you want to access) according to the instructions from our website
- Set up a VPN connection on the computer from which you want to get remote access (or a smartphone or tablet) also according to the instructions from the site
On a computer that is waiting for a remote connection, run a tool that gives external programs and users the right to remotely access this device
- For example, if you want to get remote access to a computer running Windows, then you can use the regular tool ("Remote Assistance")
On the remote access computer, start the service for connecting to the remote computer and specify the IP address of the VPNKI tunnel leading to the managed computer
It is difficult and long ...
Is not. Of course, you will need some skills in setting up your computer; it is not as complicated as it seems at first glance.
Experienced users will spend no more than 10-15 minutes on the basic configuration. Those who are far from IT will need a little more time, but for everyone there is always the opportunity to ask questions in the "Technical Support Forum"
What will I get as a result?
You will receive remote access to the computer or any application on the computer. When working with our server, unlike most systems on the Internet, you do not need to install anything - everything is already on your computer or smartphone.
A feature of our system is the ability to route private IP addresses. Thus, you can get remote access to a computer located in the local network behind the border router.
In addition to remote access to a computer, you can also access other network devices - an IP camera, a DVR, various sensors and other devices.