Cannot make VNC 4 connect on port 80
cbeerse "at" lycos.nl
Mon May 3 09:02:01 2004
Turbosquid Rivera wrote:
> I set the server service mode options to listen on port 80, verified
> with Netstat -an (windows)
What did `telnet host 80` report?
If netstat reports usage, there is a webserver running. VNC cannot handle an
other app running on the same port.
If you change the display number to 80, you use port 5980.
If you want to use port 80, you should use a display number that gives 80 if you
add it to 5900, while doing integer calculation on your local system.
> in the client/view I put domain.name:80 in or IP address:80 in and no
> connection made. what am I missing.. also tried same with user mode
> listener/server set for port 80..
Pointing the vncviewer to host:80 is using port number 5980. At this side too,
you should use a display number that gives 80 if you add it to 5900.
For both sides (server and viewer) the field might not accept negative numbers.
But no problem, it accepts integers and on a 32 bit machine, you can use
(2^32)-5820. If the tool happens to do 16 bit integers, its (2^16)-5820.
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