Can you RDP into multiple machines in the same router from the internet with all machines using default RDP port 3389?

by DivZ   Last Updated July 11, 2018 08:01 AM

Can you RDP into multiple machines in the same router from the internet with all machines using default RDP port 3389?

Basically, my work has all unnecessary outgoing ports blocked. 3389 (default RDP) port is not blocked. So changing the default RDP port to like 3390, 3391, etc. is not an option. I have a couple of virtual machines set up at home, all running different OS. Currently, I RDP into the one machine where I've kept the default RDP port, and then RDP into other machines from that.

I want to know if there is a way for all machines in a network to be on default RDP port 3389 and if one can still RDP into each machine from the internet.

Again, these are not real workstations, these are VMs running in VirtualBox. I don't use port forwarding right now and have all interfaces set to Bridged mode making these VMs retrieve IP addresses directly from the router.

Please advise.



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