Tue Nov 12 21:05:01 2002
Yea I can ping it .
And I made the changes to the viewer 64.130.xxx.xx:0 or 64.130.xxx.xx:1 for
my other comp. I get the same thing. I checked the Ip and its still the
same. Ill look into the logs on the router That way I can see where its
I don't want to put my ports out for all on the internet then,lol . Ill keep
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Subject: RE: Router help
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> Ok In PcAnywhere you have to set the system in the Stinksys
> DMZ, Is this the same for VNC?? IT seems like it uses the
> port forwarding instead. I still can not get the connection
> to work. It works on my VPN being of the same LAN. Just not
> DSL to DSL. I'm sure I have the ports forwarded correctly.
> 64.130.xxx.xx -> 192.168.1.100:5900 I run the viewer -
> 64.130.xxx.xx:0 (Because I believe I set it 0 instead of
> No connection.
> Via VPN I just type in the VPN Ip and its in. NO Router
> configs needed?
You can put the VNC system in the DMZ and it should work. The problem
is that you are opening all your ports up to the Internet when you do
that. There are a number of people that have gotten PcAnywhere and VNC
to work without having to resort to the DMZ.
VPN creates a Virtual Private Network over one port, so basically all of
your ports are open to the remote network, kind of like the DMZ.
Does the Linksys have any logging so that you can see if it is dropping
any packets? Once again, can you ping the 64.130.xxx.xxx address? Did
you try any of the suggestions in my last e-mail?
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