I wanted to share my local computer's remote desktop tcp port 3389 to the internet and access to it from a remote computer when I'm not in the home.
But just sharing port to public without any security is a bad idea probably, preferably I want to have a IP restriction to the port, since I know what IP(s) I want to access from and they are typically fixed.
Is there any way to do port forwarding a port to the internet with an allow IPs function? Or do I need to buy a supported wifi router for that?
Just in case note this: I use a router TP link Archer c1200 Also, I know a VPN way to do that stuff but VPN way didn't work for me well so would like to go with this way.