VNC through port 80? - having problems

Alex K. Angelopoulos alex "at" bittnet.com
Tue, 19 Mar 2002 16:36:29 +0000


Kyle:

Here is the method which is supposed to work (pulled from Shola Ogunlokun,
Mike Morrel, and Michael Millette's post in late January).

(1) Open  the VNC server applet from the system tray.

(2) This step is a workaround for the fact that you can't enter a negative
number into the display field - but you can paste one in.  Open notepad,
type in
-5820
and copy that into the VNC display number field.
This number comes from taking (desired portnumber)-(5900)

(3) At next restart, the VNC server should be running on port 80.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Kyle Yamnitz" <kyle "at" lessonplanspage.com>
To: <vnc-list "at" uk.research.att.com>
Sent: Tuesday, 2002-03-19 11:05
Subject: RE: VNC through port 80? - having problems


: > Kyle, do you know if port 5900 is blocked?
:
: Must be because I wasn't able to connect on 5900, 5800, etc.  I *think*
: everything is blocked except 80, 21, whatever news, telnet and https are
: on, and maybe a couple others...  :(  Thanks,
: --Kyle Yamnitz
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