VNC through port 80? - having problems

Alex K. Angelopoulos alex "at" bittnet.com
Tue, 19 Mar 2002 17:29:28 +0000


You could; but you then MUST be able to connect to port 180 to actually
*use* VNC; connecting to the web interface only serves you the Java applet,
which then interacts over the standard VNC display 100 ports higher.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Kyle Yamnitz" <kyle "at" lessonplanspage.com>
To: <vnc-list "at" uk.research.att.com>
Sent: Tuesday, 2002-03-19 12:24
Subject: Re: VNC through port 80? - having problems


: > The web browser is set to 100 ports below the standard VNC port, and
*only*
: > uses that port for serving the web page (it switches to the "other" VNC
port
: > for the actual VNC session) so trying to factor that in would require an
: > extra open port.
:
: If that's the case, could I set the port in the server to 180, then the
: web server would be working on port 80?  Then perhaps I can access VNC in
: a web browser with just http://ip_address.
:
: > I'm not sure what you would need to put in the viewer; as a guess,
if -5820
: > doesn't work, you can also try
: > 59716
: > (this comes from -5820+65536)
:
: I'll give all that a try too.  Thanks,
: --Kyle Yamnitz
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