Remote Desktop on 3G USB Modem

Hello,

I am attempting to remote desktop into a computer that uses a Zoom 4596 3G USB Modem for connectivity. This modem uses a SIM card for data and I'm currently using a T-Mobile card. I am attempting to remote into this machine via another laptop but have no luck so far. The machine produces an IP but will not respond. I have attempted using Window XP's remote desktop and another 3rd party application called TightVNC. Anyone have any ideas? I'm thinking that it might not be possible to do due to the cellular service's SIM card. Thanks
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  1. you won't be able to use windows' remote desktop viewer. Zoom disables static IPs and port hosting (to prevent website or ftp hosting) The easiest solution is to go download http://www.gbridge.com/ it will let you connect to any computer from any computer. Firewall, or not.
  2. great thanks man
  3. quotemsg=109370,2,624189]you won't be able to use windows' remote desktop viewer. Zoom disables static IPs and port hosting (to prevent website or ftp hosting) The easiest solution is to go download http://www.gbridge.com/ it will let you connect to any computer from any computer. Firewall, or not.
    I also encounter this problem when I use the 3g modemThank you for you share.
  4. Thank you very much!!!!!! ;)
  5. Thanks man...

    collins
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