I have a Firewall running Linux OS. The Firewall is in 18.104.22.168 private network.I have a PC with Windows Xp OS. The remote desktop application is running in this PC. I have set two IP in this PC, one in 22.214.171.124 private network and other in 126.96.36.199 private network. I have a second PC running Windows xp OS an is in 188.8.131.52 network.I can ping from second PC to first PC, but not to the Firewall. I can ping from first PC to second PC and Firewall both.
I am also abal to work on the PC one desktop from PC two through remote desktop.
But when I try to access the web pages present in the web server which is inbilt in the firewall software then my control from secong PC to first PC terminatrd. That is I am not able to asscss the Firewall wall from the second PC through first PC
Is microsoft remote desktop not support this feature.
Are you able to access the web pages from the first PC normally? I personally do not think it is a remote desktop issue as it is pretty much the same as sitting on the first computer and accessing the web pages from there.
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