I'm having some trouble setting up Remote Desktop to connect to my office PC's from outside our office network. If someone with a little more expertise can chime in on the subject it would be awesome. Our setup: We have a ASUS 1900 router which is assigned a static IP we were assigned from Charter. The router has DHCP turned off so that our Windows Server 2012 R2 PC with DHCP enabled can dynamically assign IP's (private subnet IP's of 10.1.10.x) to all the work stations. Setting up Remote Desktop: Enabled remote desktop on all work stations.Check firewallChange the listener port so that no two stations have the same portnote the IPv4 (10.1.10.x)Set up port forwarding on the router to allow connections to destination IP of the IPv4, and destination port as the listener port.When I try to use Remote Desktop from within the network I just use the private subnet IP that was assigned by the server. So, 10.1.10.x and it works fine to get in to each work station. When I try to use Remote Desktop from a different network, I used the private subnet IP that was assigned by the server and the listener port. So, 10.1.10.x:ListnerPort. But its not working, where am I going wrong?