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How is call-back supposed to work, in v3.0?
 
I am using Radmin between an office and a home machine. The port blocking at work is set up in such a way that I can connect to the home machine from the office, but not to the office machine from home.

[Note that the office machines, in this case, all have public IP adresses]

Can the fothcoming "call back" capability be used to overcome such limitations without intervention at the router level?

Something like "waking up" the Radmin server on the office machine, perhaps by e-mail, to have it initiate a connection. Do I have it wrong?
 
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Something like "waking up" the Radmin server on the office machine, perhaps by e-mail, to have it initiate a connection.
No, for callback connection someone at the remote side neat the computer with Radmin Server installed on it is needed and he/she should initiate "back" connection to Radmin Viewer.

Best regards,
Roman Makarov.

Famatech
Technical Support.
 
Roman Makarov wrote:
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No, for callback connection someone at the remote side neat the computer with Radmin Server installed on it is needed and he/she should initiate "back" connection to Radmin Viewer.
Thank you for your reply.
Is the "e-mail" idea far-fetched or hard to implement?
 
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Is the "e-mail" idea far-fetched or hard to implement?
From my point of view it's not trivial. Maybe in future releases Radmin will support some sort of this.

Best regards,
Roman Makarov.

Famatech
Technical Support.
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