making a tunnel for VNC

mfpchelp@altavista.com mfpchelp "at" altavista.com
Tue, 05 Jun 2001 15:04:52 +0000


Go into the  cayman's pinhole setup and list the ip address you want to foward ports to tcp 5800 and udp 5900 I hope this helps.

Mario
PCH Technologies


On Tue, 05 June 2001, Dino wrote:

> 
> I believe you need port 5900 to be forwarded from the server to the client
> as well as from the client to the server. (Assuming you are using screen 0,
> as it appears you are, being as 5800 partially works).
> 
> - Dino
> 
> Harrison wrote:
> 
> > Hello all,  i'm pretty new at the whole routing and networking thing..
> > I recently set up a Cayman 3220 DSL router and i'm trying to make a
> > tunnel so that i can connect to vnc and administer the Server from home.
> > But i've been trying to make this thing work and it doesn't seem to come
> > through..  i made an external port 58 to connect to the internal 5800
> > port on the VNC server. it partly seems to work.  when i try and connect
> > to it through Netscape it says the applet is running...but nothing shows
> > up.
> >
> > Anyone have any clue on how i can fix this?
> >
> > ~Harrison
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