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Is it possible to set up Windows 10 IoT with Raspberry Pi 3 so that I can login remotely (away from my local network)? The Web GUI is running on port 8080, so do I just need to forward that on the router?

What other ports / settings would you recommend to access the Pi remotely?

  • Yes, you can just forward the port on your router. This Question is not Pi specific and has actually been answered many times here and on other stack exchanges on how to port forward. You can open any ports you like but just think about security. Change default passwords, etc. Anybody will be able to connect to it if you just leave it hanging on the edge of the internet of shit... – Piotr Kula Dec 5 '16 at 11:03
  • Thank you, I know how to forward ports I was just asking which ones to forward for Windows IoT. Is there a dyn dns built in in Windows IoT? – Alexej Dec 5 '16 at 11:40
  • It really depends on what you want to connect to? But maybe we can make a wiki of common ports. Sounds like a good idea in the long ruin – Piotr Kula Dec 5 '16 at 11:42
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List of default ports that can be used on Windows IoT

  • 8080 - WebGUI (unencrypted)
  • 22 - SSH to PowerShell
  • ? - Remote Display
  • ? - Visual Studio Debugging
  • ? - AllJoyn
  • Is it possible to connect to WebGUI using some sort of encryption? Edge is telling me that the user + password will be send unencrypted. – Alexej Dec 5 '16 at 12:30
  • VPN tunnel.... Yes I am afraid that everything via webgui is plain text and should not be used over the internet of ... you know. – Piotr Kula Dec 5 '16 at 12:30

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