'java.net:NoRouteTohost Operation timed out' problem
george "at" cordahi.org
Wed Apr 14 00:43:01 2004
Hi William, Scott and other VNC enthusiasts
Your suggested changes worked for me. I am now able to connect remotely to
my home networked VNC servers with both the native vnc viewer and the java
Now, where in the VNC documentation should I have found the specific
information you provided me to solve my problem. Is it there in full view,
and I missed it?
I will soon post questions regarding other problems.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Scott C. Best" <sbest "at" best.com>
To: "George Cordahi" <george "at" cordahi.org>
Cc: <vnc-list "at" realvnc.com>; "William Hooper" <whooper "at" freeshell.org>
Sent: Monday, April 12, 2004 3:21 PM
Subject: Re: 'java.net:NoRouteTohost Operation timed out' problem
> Sounds like you're close: your friend got all the way to
> the "password prompt", and many things need to be correct to get
> that far. Please let me know how it works for you from work, both
> with a standalone VNC Viewer, and the web-browser client.
> Also, please keep in mind: the VNC connection travels over
> the "5900+N" ports, not the "5800+N" ones. The only reason you need
> "5800+N" setup correctly is to enable distribution of the web-client.
> Once the client is loaded in the browser, all connections will be
> on the "5900+N" ports. So if don't need to use the web-client, you
> don't need the "5800+N" ports at all, but you'll always need to
> manage the "5900+N" ones.
> Good luck in your work-connection attempt!
> On Mon, 12 Apr 2004, George Cordahi wrote:
> > Hi Scott, William et al:
> > I still haven't seen the light of day on this..., but because I have not
> > been at work since Thursday, I could not test for myself whether any of
> > changes I made have helped.
> > But I did ask a friend to try to connect to my servers via a browser.
> > he entered the authentication password, he got a 'time out' error after
> > while, but no "NoRouteToHost" string.