VNC with a router
javierj "at" informel.es
Mon Jul 1 10:11:02 2002
I can't download it at
Could you please send it to me ?????
or... is there another location ?????
----- Original Message -----
From: "Scott C. Best" <sbest "at" best.com>
To: <vnc-list "at" realvnc.com>
Cc: <javierj "at" informel.es>
Sent: Monday, July 01, 2002 8:50 AM
Subject: Re: VNC with a router
> Hello! I agree that most networking equipment is not
> configurable by the average Internet user (ie, someone who
> knows what their email address is but not their IP address).
> This makes these rather nifty devices difficult to own and
> probably even more difficult to sell. I think it will get
> better over time: most people can buy a car today not knowing
> what a carburator does, so I bet someday Internet users will
> be able to buy a gateway without knowing what a TCP port is.
> Fortunately, I think a lot can be done about this
> today with some application level software that is designed for
> the average Internet user. Please give Kaboodle a try and let
> me know what you think: www.Kaboodle.org. Version 0.9 should
> be ready by the end of this week (I'm adding a secure file
> transfer capability to it).
> > But..... this is a very hard work for a final user, I mean, it can
> > more o less diffucult for me to configure my router with such
> > but imagine that I tell so to someone who doesn't understand a word of
> > computing. I would say more.... he (or she) may not know what a router
> > where is it. Even more, every router is different from the other; some
> > leave the router open and other protecct them through a password. Who
> > the password??? What is a password??? What is it for???
> > Isn't any free or commertial application that let's VNC see what is
> > inside of a routed network??? Where can I find it ???
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