tfseak "at" futurmaster.com
Wed Feb 11 16:25:01 2004
Could you at least ping that PC? Check if there's any filter? Or are the ports closed by default? Or you forgot to redefine port forwarding if you were using it.
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : Sid Price [mailto:SidPrice "at" softtools.com]
> Envoyi : mercredi 11 fivrier 2004 15:51
> @ : VNC List
> Objet : Connection problems
> I have been using VNC for a year or so to connect to a workstation on my
> clients network from my remote office. My setup was using a Hughes Direcway
> satellite system model DW4000, a bidirectional link. Although there were
> issues of speed, overall the system worked well enough to be useful.
> Recently I upgraded my Hughes system to the model DW6000 and I can no longer
> connect to the client workstation. When I launch VNC I get the connection
> dialog and enter the IP of the client machine. However, I never see a login
> prompt and it appears that VNC just exits silently.
> If I use a dialup connection then VNC still operates as before.
> Any help or pointers to fixing this issue would be greatly appreciated.
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