tfseak "at" futurmaster.com
Wed Apr 21 13:14:01 2004
You have to forward port 5900 (supposing you're using display 0) to your server 192.168.0.1 using TCP protocol.
For more details, please read the FAQ and manual:
To know the public IP address, you could go to this URL which, in the same time, could help you check if your config is correct.
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : cosenzas "at" optonline.net [mailto:cosenzas "at" optonline.net]
> Envoyi : mardi 20 avril 2004 17:48
> @ : vnc-list "at" realvnc.com
> Cc : cosenzas "at" optonline.net
> Objet : Connection Help....con't
> I had a real nice guy named Joe helping me last week (or so), but things got hectic at work
> and I never finished our "conversation" so I haven't heard from him lately. I think I'm
> almost at the end of getting this up and running.
> Can anyone give me a hand from this point on?
> We have a Westell Webshare Pro router (apparently). When I put in the Default Gateway
> addy into the web browser (http://192.168.0.1) it takes me to the Verizon Homepage (our
> My LAN configuration shows up as follows:
> LAN Advanced Configuration
> IP address 192 168 0 1
> Subnet mask 255 255 255 0
> DNS Primary 192 168 0 2
> DNS Secondary 192 168 0 3
> Under the FIREWALL menu, there is a Port Forwading tab and here's the information
> shown there:
> "Inbound services initiated from outside the network are denied unless specifically allowed"
> There are 2 choices below this statement and "disable" is selected. ***I'm assuming this
> will have to be chanced to "enable"***
> Then there's a section for "Add a Service" and fill in choices...some have been selected....I
> will show what's there right now:
> Service - DEFAULT
> Protocol - TCP_UDP
> Port # - 0
> Server IP - 0 0 0 0
> Can someone tell me how to get this set up so I can run VNC viewer from my laptop at
> home and access my desktop machine at work as the server?
> aka LuniLadi
> aka LuniLadi
> I Stamp Therefore I Work
> <mailto:Doreen <cosenzas "at" optonline.net>
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