Problem connexion in local network

Roger Clark Williams rogerw "at"
Tue, 26 Mar 2002 16:57:43 +0000

Demnati, you are doing fine in English, so don't worry about that.

To answer the question completely, we would need to know more.

If your workstation is directly connected to the Internet, you should be 
able to do what you want to do with VNC. The directions are included with 
the download of VNC. However, most companies would not be directly on the 
Internet for security reasons.

If the workstation is not directly on the internet, then you have more of a 
problem. You may have to go through a firewall, and your network 
administrator might teach you some new English words that aren't in the 
dictionary if you try to do that by yourself!  On the other hand, it might 
be allowed by company policy, so you have to ask.

Last, if the workstation isn't connected to the Internet in any way at all, 
a direct modem connection would allow what you want. Again, your network 
administrator would be able to help you with that.


At 10:52 AM 3/26/2002, you wrote:
>I'm in a local network, so my computer has a local adress, and i want to 
>to my computer from my home. How can i specify the IP adress of the network
>and add my own computer adress in the vncviewer ? Is that possible?
>I'm not an english-speaking so if you don't understand what i try to mean 
>let know it :)
>Thank you for your help
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