What is a 'display name"
steve "at" rueb.com
Sat Jun 5 01:55:01 2004
If you only have 1 vncserver session it would be at 5901.
However, I belive that you point your browser at 5801, which is the
associated webserver for that display. I assume you are planning on
using the java client.
Be advised that my experience is mostly with tightvnc rather than
realvnc, so I could be horribly wrong.
Hope that clears things up. ;-)
On Fri, 2004-06-04 at 15:34, Scott D. Breunig wrote:
> Sorry, obviously I'm a novice here. Yes, I read through the archives before
> posting (for over 30 minutes) but saw nothing that answers this basic
> question clearly to me.
> I want to connect to a node on a remote LAN behind a firewall, from my
> machine behind a firewall. So, my understanding is that my browser should be
> Http://x.x.x.x:59xx <Http://x.x.x.x:59xx> .
> Where the post 59 characters are the 'display number" of the remote LAN node
> in question. Ok, how is the 'display number' determined. What is meant, in
> street language, by "display number'. Can you provide an example?
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