Jonathan.Caddy "at" atosorigin.com
Thu Feb 12 09:26:01 2004
The 2 dial ups that were dying were set to "use default gateway on remote network" once I unchecked this they worked fine.
From: jackb "at" guppy.us [mailto:jackb "at" guppy.us]
Sent: 11 February 2004 13:15
To: vnc-list "at" realvnc.com
Subject: Re: Connection dropping
> The workstation is used to dial out to other boxes to collect data files (using NT phonebook entries). Most of these work fine but for 2 of them the modem does the dialling and a connection is made but when the workstation is being registered on the remote system it kills the VNC connection. The workstation completes the connection to the remote system successfully but you can't VNC back onto the workstation until that phone connection is terminated, which means, of course, I actually have to get up and
physically go to the workstation and do the transfer and disconnect (negating the whole point of using VNC i.e. to do it from my desk).
What are the network setting for those two phone numbers? Sound like
they are overriding the local network setup.
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