encrypted tunnel

listbox_8811@hotmail.com listbox_8811 "at" hotmail.com
Fri, 17 Aug 2001 20:49:11 +0000


Yes!

Use openssh on Windows! http://www.networksimplicity.com/openssh

Well, only if you have NT/2K/XP.

1) Install openssh with instructions in that package on the sever machine.
2) Install just the client package (in the same setup--can be put on 9x). 3)
Allow Loopback (see Winvnc documentation).  Then:

On client machine type:

ssh -L 5900:localhost:5900 server.address.com

Then connect on client machine to localhost with vncviewer and authenticate.

It is shockingly easy.

Karen.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Dixieland" <dixie "at" anivcd.tv>
To: <vnc-list "at" uk.research.att.com>
Sent: Sunday, August 12, 2001 2:44 PM
Subject: encrypted tunnel


> hello,
>
> this is a question for anyone who has suuccessfully setup and run VNC
> through an encrypted tunnel.  i have looked into Zebede, OpenSSH for
Win32,
> and Tunnelier... all with minimal success... mostly because of a lack of
> good documentation.  while Zebede looked very promising (as the authors
> wrote it practically FOR vnc purposes) the documentation had only "follow
> this example to get it working" style directions.  my situaion is unique
and
> i would like more details on it functinality.
>
> Tunnelier looked REMARKABLE - but has absolutely NO documentation.  if
> anyone can get that product working i would LOVE to see an online help or
> walkthrough of its features.
>
> anyone else have suggestions?  are there any projects in the works for a
> SecureVNC?
>
> - Dixieland
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