Problems with multiple Java clients over internet
Thu Nov 13 10:35:01 2003
My reading is that there can be multiple clients on Windows 2000 (forgot to
mention that before) but they all see the same view (desktop).
I have tried to start more than one server in the past and this is not
The solution may be to assign each viewer a display number rather than using
the auto function.
Gerard Fulton <mailto:email@example.com> wrote on 13 November 2003
> I remember seeing in the Get Started guide that you would have to
> two instances of the server and the client ports would be 5801 and
> 5802 respectivly.
> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> I tried to let two people see my desktop for the first time
>> yesterday and did not get the expected result. I think only one was
>> able to see it at time. When the logged in again they would see my
>> desktop but the other person would be knocked off.
>> They were using a URL like this http://me.dnsalias.com:5800/
>> My firewall had these ports open
>> 5800, 5900
>> 5801, 5901
>> 5802, 5902
>> All pointing to my PC on the LAN.
>> The VNC Server was set to auto.
>> Do I need more ports open for a two to one session?
>> Is the www.dyndns.com service getting in the way?
>> Any other thoughts?
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Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).
Version: 6.0.538 / Virus Database: 333 - Release Date: 10/11/2003