Looking for a way to access my own files from anywhere am trying to map a network drive to a remote server. The server is not on the same network as the computer I am trying to map the drive on.
I have the external IP address, the port number, and the drive letter on the server. I have entered http://external IP Address:Port Number/drive letter. I get an error message stating that the drive path is incorrect.
I am using the network drive mapping wizard in the Computer screen.
The remote server is part of a local network with 3 other computers. The external port number is assigned using my router at the remote location. The internal port number has not been changed. The server has been assigned a static internal IP at the remote location.
I need help with the proper syntax for mapping the drive to the remote server. I can't get my Windows 7 machine to connect to the server. I can remote into the server using RDP using the external IP and the port number.
How do I map a drive to my remote server? Please be specific as I am not that familiar with networking.
I am trying to access a database on the server for use on the remote workstation. I need to map two drives to the server to accomplish this. I have been carrying the data on a portable hard drive, but this is not a good solution as I have to update the data on the server and on the hard drive and I am afraid I am going to lose something important or over write files that I need.
Thank you in advance for your help.
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Mapping network drive with port.. Windows networking, Windows 7 os. Relevant Skills and Experience Windows server admin, Network admin, Windows 7 support Proposed Milestones $25 USD - Once completed
I have an experience for building Infrastructure and networking Relevant Skills and Experience MCSA MCSE MCDBA CCNA Proposed Milestones $25 USD - Networking and infrastructure
This can be done in about an hour. I'll walk you through the ports you need to NAT, the Firewall settings, the sharing settings, how to connect and the required accounts.