VNC for Windows ports?

J Peaks jeremy "at" jerpeaks.freeserve.co.uk
Wed, 16 Aug 2000 12:55:53 +0000


You can edit rfb.h and recompile.  Change the 5900 value to whichever one
you wanted.

Jeremy Peaks

----- Original Message -----
From: Steve O'Brien <SteveO "at" xSides.com>
To: <vnc-list "at" uk.research.att.com>
Sent: 15 August 2000 22:07
Subject: VNC for Windows ports?


> {If this seems familiar, it is, I mentioned it late Friday last week, with
> no response, so I'm back for a second try}
>
> Is it possible to change the server port in Windows?  Not the display,
> rather the port the actual server runs on.  By changing the display to 80,
> The server port changes to 180, but I need to make changes a bit more
> customized than that.  All I've found is...
>
> "'Many VNC servers use two ports: one for the VNC server, and one for the
> HTTP server that provides the Java applet (see previous question). If you
> plan to use the Java viewer, you may want to change both. Not all servers
> will allow this at present."  [From the FAQ]
> Again, changing the display to 80 (via the registry) makes the Java App
> available on :80, but the server uses 180.
>
> Anyone out there have any experience trying this?
>
>
> Steve O'Brien, MCSE
> Systems Administrator
> xSides Corporation
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