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Wed, Oct 21, 2020 9:59 PM
I want to buy AT&T RDP as monthly plan, what's the procedure?
a month ago
Let's see if we can point you in the right direction, @Sakib.
What plan are you referring to?
Is this related to a business account?
Let us know more information so we can better assist you.
Marc, AT&T Community Specialist
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I am refering to buy RDP connection to use it as a computer, can you provide me with RDP?
We're here to help @Sakib.
Are you referring to Remote Desktop Connection? Please let us know so we can help assist you with that.
Charles, AT&T Community Specialist
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RDP is an abbreviation for Remote Desktop Protocol. Is that what you mean?
Exactly what is it that you want provided to you? Do you want to be able to access a computer in your home via RDP? Do you want to access some specific Remote Desktop server elsewhere? Do you want someone to provide you access to some Windows Server via RDP?
@Sakib , we cannot assist you without a clearer picture of what you want.
Yes I am referring Remote Desktop Connection. I want to access to a computer like Windows Server via RDP in my home. @JefferMC @ATTHelp
Anyone help me out.
To establish the remote desktop protocol, forward Port 3389 to the IP address of the computer that you're wanting to access. When you connect to your home computer, put your public IP address into the remote access software.
Let us know if this information helped and if you have more questions.
Aminah, AT&T Community Specialist
actually I want to clarify that I need windows hosting server of AT&T that I can connect via my remote access software and also I want the IP address of that server provided by AT&T.
Oh... you want AT&T to provide you access to an RDS host.
That is not going to be cost effective from AT&T. By the time you go through all of the hoops and hurdles you'll have to jump through and over, and obtain the network capacity, the dedicated server, the licenses, etc., the bill will be ridiculous. (At least $1000/month, probably two or three times that, with a minimum commitment of 36 months).
Personally I'd suggest you look at Azure or AWS instead.
Thank you for clarifying that for us. It sounds like you are interested in a Private Mobile Connection, where you can extend our existing WAN infrastructure into the mobility network. You are able to request sales help from a Business Solutions specialist by completing the form located at the bottom of the link above. You can also dial 844-618-0428, for further assistance.
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Ariel, AT&T Community Specialist
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