router config to work with VNC
tfseak "at" futurmaster.com
Thu Mar 25 10:13:30 2004
Your diagrams are incomplete. Each of your modem and router should have two IP addresses on both sides. Once you've got this, you should see where your problem is situated :)
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : Tom Knowlton [mailto:tom "at" buyersfund.com]
> Envoyi : jeudi 25 mars 2004 01:13
> @ : Scott C. Best; vnc-list "at" realvnc.com
> Objet : RE: router config to work with VNC
> Does this diagram help any? (until I can get Kaboodle up and running)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Scott C. Best [mailto:sbest "at" best.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 24, 2004 12:09 PM
> To: vnc-list "at" realvnc.com
> Cc: Tom Knowlton
> Subject: Re: router config to work with VNC
> Apologies in advance for the shameless promotion here, but it
> just so happens to solve your problem. :)
> One way to get VNC to work without needing to configure your
> router at all is to use Kaboodle. Via the KaboodleProxy capability
> (see http:///www.Kaboodle.org/KaboodleProxy.html), neither side of
> the connection needs to touch their firewall/router at all. Plus the
> VNC connection is now Zebedee-secured. It's free to try, cheap to
> buy, and very well supported :)
> I'm currently working on modifying the VNC Server and Viewer
> so that they can utilize an echoServer (like KaboodleProxy) directly
> without having to be tunneled as part of a Kaboodle VPN connection.
> It should be fairly straightforward as the "hard part" of the proxy
> coding is already done.
> hope this helps,
> > If anyone is online tonight, I could use some help.
> > I have the following setup:
> > Internet -> ActionTec Broadband DSL Gateway modem -> DLink wireless router ->
> > Both the ActionTec and the DLink routers support port forwarding, which I have
> specified as ports 5800 thru 5900 on the ActionTec and 5800 thru 5900 on the DLink router
> as well.
> > When I go to www.gotomyvnc.com and check my IP for open ports.....NONE are open.
> > Can someone help me?
> > Tom
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