ip address

Richard Clegg RichardC "at" pcgsystems.co.uk
Fri, 22 Mar 2002 12:58:23 +0000


What is it exactly that you are trying to do with VNC that you want to do
"soooo badly"?

Is it connect from the internet back to your PC?  If you're sharing an IP
address with the server, then there is nothing you can do that I can think
of.  If you were using NAT then it would be a different matter, as you would
have an internal IP address that would be different to the one on the
server.  The server would then have an external IP address as well, and we
can help you from that point.

I get the feeling that your networking experience is somewhat limited (I
could be completely wrong) but I think you may need to involve the help of
someone far more network-savvy to help.

What is it exactly you want to do, and what level of network understanding
do you have?

Rich

-----Original Message-----
From: xBANEx [mailto:XBANEX "at" equalvision.net]
Sent: 22 March 2002 06:53
To: vnc-list "at" uk.research.att.com
Subject: ip address


somone please help me... i really need to fix this, i want to use vnc soooo
badly... i am a client using internet sharing. i cant touch the servor
computer becuase its not mine, the ip addess its giving me is the same one
as the servor and vnc doesnt work on that. can somone please tell me how to
get my own, or a program that would do it for me.... please help

thanx
greg


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