vnc without port forwarding
listen "at" marcogabriel.com
Tue Aug 24 14:02:01 2004
if you mean, that your server is located behind a firewall where you
cannot set up the port forwarding, there might be one other solution, if
the client is not located behind a firewall.
you could try the other way around, start a listening vnc-viewer and let
the server connect to the viewer.
Gregor Riegler wrote:
>i've got a vcn-server behind a router and unfortunately i can't do the port
>forwarding on that router. so i focused on kaboodleproxy which is said to
>work with vcn without any changes on routers but kaboodleproxy is not
>available for windows, is it? thats why i wonder if there is any other
>program similar to kaboodleproxy working on windows xp or any other way to
>connect in my case??
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