If you run a client server remote control setup with your YAESU Transceiver, you should use the FTDXRCServer application on the remote base site. FTDXRCServer comes with the installation setup program. You should create a link to FTDXRCServer.exe in the Autostart folder of your Windows system so that the program is started automatically at each computer start.
FTDXRCServer has just a small user interface taking less resources and lower latency. It shows you only the most important parameters of the server state, frequencies, mode and power, WinKey, DVK and the connected users.
To set up FTDXRCServer, open the Settings and select the Remote Server form to set a TCP port on which FTDXRCServer is listening for incoming connects. Then give one or more users access to your FTDXRC Remote Server in the Remote Users settings .
Finally, open the port you have just assigned to the FTDXRC Server (for example 7388 as shown in the left image and 4002 for the audio port) for the TCP protocol in your Router and redirect incoming connects to the IP address of your remote base computer. This is called Port Mapping or Port Fowarding in most routers.
You might also need to open the same TCP ports in the firewall software on your remote base computer.
Ready to go, try to connect your FTDXRC Server.