W2K service helper didn't come up
Wed Oct 16 03:00:00 2002
I don't know where else I would have learned about the
127.0.01 dummy address.
Earlier, with ActiveSinc working, 192.168.1.101 came
up over the icon, so I think TCP/IP worked once. I
shut activeSync down as I thought this would free up
the only port. are these virtual ports or do they each
refer to just one specific socket?
Also, does anyone else have a clue why the srvice
helper would not operate, or what to do about it. I
guess I could re-un'zip' the program and re-install
--- William Hooper <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Brian Cady" <email@example.com>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, October 15, 2002 4:16 PM
> Subject: W2K service helper didn't come up
> > I've apparently installed VNC on both a VAIO
> > W@K and an iPAQ, but can't get them to connect, as
> > as I can tell.
> > The tray icon, when under a cursor, reveals
> > which I used as the host site/address on the iPAQ.
> > used :0 as the display designation.
> > I currently can not connect to the iPAQ via
> > 'ActiveSync', or whatever its called, after
> turning it
> > off once in hopes of alowing VNCviewer access to
> > VAIO. Reportedly COM3 works, while COM1 doesn't.
> > Any Hints?
> > Brian Cady
> 127.0.0.1 is called the loopback address. It is a
> dummy address that always
> means the local machine. You need to establish a
> TCP/IP connection between
> the machines in order to use VNC. I don't know if
> this is possible via
> Activesync or if you need to get a network card. A
> Google search should
> help you find info.
> William Hooper
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