Connection via Internet & then a Lan
Mon Jun 30 16:10:00 2003
Try looking up this site >>> http://www.no-ip.com
you can download a program that provides a dynamic ip to name lookup which
works very well - for me anyway!
How is your LAN connected to the Ineternet? I ask because you will have to
map port number 58xx and 59xx to the physical LAN Ip number of your server
in the box (ADSL Modem etc) that connects the LAN to the outside world.
xx above is the number of the screen that your VNC server is set to ie 00 if
you use screen 0, 01 if you use screen 1 etc.
The no-ip software needs to be set up in your server so that IT is the
system that is addressed via a dynamic name. If the server is sunning Linux,
there is a version for linux from the above address - it works too extremely
well - I connect from home (in France) to a Linux system running Mandrake
9.0 that is behind an ADSL modem (in Geneva, Switzerland)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Milosz Chmura" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, June 30, 2003 10:50 AM
Subject: Connection via Internet & then a Lan
> One of my computers is in my home, where I connect to the internet using
> The other one is connected to the LAN (but it is not the server). The Lan
> an adsl internet connection.
> The problem is that I cannot connect from home to the LAN because the
> in the LAN doesn't have an internet IP number (it has just LAN IP number,
> which I know).
> There is just one way (I know and it works) I can connect to the computer
> the LAN. I need to run listening mode at home and then Add a new client
> the computer in the LAN. The problem is I want to connect from home to the
> I really do not know how to do it. Please tell me if you know.
> Sorry for bothering you and thanks in advance,
> Milosz Chmura
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