Multiple hop VNC?

jwaterbrook jwaterbrook@keyww.com
Fri Jul 11 23:01:00 2003


Just bounce a port, if your using windows, then look up nbounce I think 
it's called, if your using linux, then use ssh.

Chris Altwegg wrote:

> I writing with what might be a simple question regarding VNC.  I 
> couldn't find
> an answer on the VNC websites, nor did several archive searches turn 
> up an
> answer. (At least that I understood)
>
> I am a volunteer network administrator for a local non-profit.  I use 
> VNC to
> get to the server, and then use a copy of VNC on that server to get to 
> other
> machines on their network.  But, obviously, there is quite a visual 
> lag from
> the remote computer to the server to me.
>
> The IP address of the server is different than the IP addresses of the
> machines on the network.  If I know the internal IP address of the 
> machines on
> the network that I'm trying to get to, is there a way to bypass the
> intermediary server machine and VNC directly to the machine I want to 
> access?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Chris Altwegg
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