Last Updated on January 29, 2018 by Christopher G Mendla
One of the things I really miss after converting to Verizon Fios was my fixed IP. I had been using PCHelpware to support clients remotely. The ability to fix things without having to travel all over the place is a real Godsend.
With Verizon, I no longer have my coveted Static IP address. I’ve started to check a couple of times on the cost to upgrade from dynamic to static but just never got around to it.
I decided today to get my laptop and desktop working as a PCHelpware viewer. I had previously purchased the extended service from NO-IP.com for a whopping eight bucks a year or so.
Here are a couple of notes on what it took to get things working
There you have it, that should work but it does take some fiddling around. We use an aircard with the laptop a lot which was handy for testing the connections (we had our local net and the laptop was outside our network).
Hope this helps someone
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