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i have created a software application and it's like a teamViewer. The program is working, can Remote, View Desktop of other computer, even the mouse is controlled. All of this works over the Local Area Network. so here's problem, It works on LAN, I want it also work over the Internet, I beg you sir/mam to help me. can you give me a code or link? Im using VISUAL STUDIO 2008 or C#.. I hope you'll response in my message.. Thanks..
Updated 15-Nov-14 18:00pm

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q1) how many engineers does it take to write 'hello world' in c# ? Answer : NONE, that's a software problem

q2) how many programmers does it take to change a lightbulb ? : Answer : NONE, that's a hardware problem

can you tell where this is going ?

q3) how many engineers and programmers does it take to route a connection from one pc to anther over the internet ? : Answer (you guessed it) : NONE, that's a communications/infrastructure problem

At the very least, you would need to consider
a) for the far end to have a static tcp/ip address (public)
b) for the routing on each end to correctly be able to route your request to the static ip address on the other end
c) for the other end to (maybe) route from the static I/p address (public) to an internal address of the destination machine (internal)

So you need to know what routing, security, firewalls etc are in place on each end and have - if you're working for a company, I suggest you speak to your network people and ask them how to proceed - you may be able to 'get out' on your side, in which case you'll need to make sure the destination side allows and routes your request

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