This is probably a rookie question, but I can't figure it out.

I have the necessary filters that I need to accomplish a PC Anywhere
connection from a specific machine on the Internet (my home computer)
to a
specific internal workstation. As long as I have the appropriate
source/destination addresses (for the outside machine) set at 'any' it

works, and it even works perfectly when I assign the host IP
information of
my home computer.

However, my home connection (cable modem) is accomplished with a DHCP
lease,
and so after first having set things up using my original DHCP lease
info,
it stopped working the first time I got a new lease, as my home IP
address
had changed.

So far, the leases I get at home are anywhere in a class B network:
the
first two octects are always the same, but the last two have spanned
the
map.

What I am trying to figure out is how to correctly set the appropriate

source/destination addresses using the 'network' option rather than
'host'
or 'any' so that no matter what IP address I get, things work. I
realize
this is less secure than it could be, but I'm willing to live with it.
I
just can't get it to work so far.

My home leases have always been 24.45.x.x. I'm sure that the DHCP
scope
isn't across the entire spectrum, but I've seen various numbers in
that
third octect. My knowledge of subnet masking is limited, however, and
I
haven't solved things yet. I tried setting the network to
24.45.0.0/255.255.0.0 and that didn't work, and I tried setting it to24.45.0.0/255.255.248.0 (which is the subnet mask that I get at home
with
the lease) and that didn't work, either.

Any thoughts and help will be much appreciated!
Thanks!
jtf