Problems with multiple Java clients over internet
Thu Nov 13 11:57:00 2003
On the client, not on the server. After you've enter the URL, you should have a little button bar on top of the client Java area. Option is the only one you could click at this stage. Look harder and you'll find it.
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : Andrew Wilcox [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Envoyi : jeudi 13 novembre 2003 12:51
> @ : email@example.com
> Cc : Seak, Teng-Fong
> Objet : RE: RE : Problems with multiple Java clients over internet
> I do not have an option button on my server tray icon.
> <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on :
> > Before entering your password, click on "option" button
> and choose to
> > share desktop. In this way, you could have more than one client
> > connected. No need to open any other port.
> >> -----Message d'origine-----
> >> De : Andrew Wilcox [mailto:email@example.com]
> >> Envoyi : jeudi 13 novembre 2003 10:18
> >> @ : firstname.lastname@example.org
> >> Objet : Problems with multiple Java clients over internet
> >> 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?
> >> Thanks
> >> Andrew