GoToMyVNC service scan
tgogolin "at" web.de
Wed Jul 31 00:26:01 2002
Thats nice thanks Scott!
However it showed a proxy ip for my net
So it would be necessary to have a form to enter an Ip manually
----- Original Message -----
From: "Scott C. Best" <sbest "at" best.com>
To: <vnc-list "at" realvnc.com>
Cc: <vnc-tight-list "at" lists.sourceforge.net>
Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2002 00:21
Subject: GoToMyVNC service scan
> Heyaz. Having answered the same question many times for
> many firewalled/gateway'd users of VNC, I got motivated to put
> together a little script to answer it for me. :) Have a look here:
> Simply, it runs a scan to see if the IP address on your
> browser's side of the connection is accepting connection on the
> default VNC ports (5900+N, where N is the display number). If it
> is or isn't, the script will say so. It checks the first 10
> display numbers (TCP ports 5900-5909).
> It's not rocket science, but I'm hoping this will be
> useful to those trying to debug their VNC setup.
> Comments/suggestions welcome!
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