Access to on a local network from internet
Scott C. Best
Tue Nov 5 19:28:01 2002
Okay, try this: from one of your 5 PC's that's got a VNC
server up and running, open a browser and point it to:
Run the server-detection test that's there. If your
firewall/router is setup correctly, this test should detect all
5 of your PC's. Let me know if it doesn't...
> I try this solution, I configure my router but it doesn't work, when I try
> to connect me with XX.XX.XX.XX:1 or 2 I have "Failed to connect"
> > Heya. As YDG suggested, you'll need to make 5 "port
> >forwarding" entries into the router that's doing the IP address
> >1. External TCP port 5900 to your first PC's port 5900
> >2. External TCP port 5901 to your second PC's port 5900
> >3. External TCP port 5902 to your third PC's port 5900
> >4. External TCP port 5903 to your fourth PC's port 5900
> >5. External TCP port 5904 to your fifth PC's port 5900
> > Then if you point a VNC viewer to your external IP
> >address, "Display 0" will reach your first PC, "Display 1"
> >will reach your second, etc.
> > Hope it works for you!
> > > i think what you'll have to do is run the vnc server on each computer,
> > > but set each one to use a different port [i think this is possible]. and
> > > then forward the appropriate port to the corresponding internal ip. im
> > > assuming you're using some kind of router to share one ip with 5
> > >
> > > meyer christian wrote:
> > >
> > > > Hy all, I have a local network with 5 computers, I will access from
> > > > internet using VNc on eatch computer separatly. But from internet this
> > > > network have only on IP.
> > > > How can I do ?