Problem Connecting 'java.net. NoRouteToHostException'
CAVANBJ "at" kellyservices.com
Thu Jun 24 19:29:01 2004
Yes, I am behind a proxy on the client end, that is why I was using the
java version as opposed to the stand alone client.
But thinking about that just now..... does the VNC Host, just send the
viewer to the client, then use the normal connection? In that case, I
guess my proxy would probably block that....
Brian J. Cavanaugh
Data Protection Analyst
Kelly Services, Inc.
999 West Big Beaver Road
Troy, Michigan 48084
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Brian Cavanaugh said:
> Actually, for troubleshooting purposes, I have 5900, 5901, 5800, 5801all
> open on my router.
And forwarded to the correct machine?
> Still won't connect.
Are you behind a proxy server or firewall on the client end?
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