Who can help me...?
softsphere "at" gmx.de
Thu Nov 11 11:50:01 2004
2) Yes, both machines are on the same physical network! Well, within this
local network, I'm using the router mainly for being online with all pc's at
the same time (like a proxy).
The ipadresses for every pc was given by the router automatically (I think
it's called DHCP..).
So I think the router is between all pc's of the local network, isn't it?
OS: Windows XP Prof.
Firewall: Agnitum Outpost (free edition)
> On Thursday 11 November 2004 10:03, you wrote:
> > The pc's webbrowser, contacting the remote pc has already installed and
> > activated Java VM.
> > Only the traget-pc, where vnc-server is running, has no Java VM in its
> > webbrowser.
> > But on this target-pc it doesn't matter if Java VM is not installed,
> > because the applett will run at the Java VM on the contacting pc, or?
> > 1) The vncviewer(.exe) at the contacting pc works. I get a login-window
> > the desktop of the remote pc will be shown... Everything is fine with
> > So I can confirm it works!
> Okay, at least we know vncserver is working...
> > 2)Both ports 5800 and 5900 have been activated in the firewall and
> > connections will be forwarded to the target-pc. Have I to set any
> > settings?
> > By the way: within my local network, no firewall being integrated in my
> > router, should disturb, or?
> I wouldn't think so, I assume that by "local" you mean both machines are
> the same physical network, and therefore have no router between them...
> > 3)"Serve Java viewer via HTTP on port" = 5800 and in order to access
> > port 5900 is set.
> > Are these all parameters I have to set - and are these parameters set
> > correct?
> Yes, These are correct...
> I know we've already been through this, but let's try these 2 again:
> The machine where you are running the server on, what OS is it running,
> what firewall software, antivirus software is it running.
> The machine where the client is running, what OS, Firewall and antivirus
> stuff ...
> > Bye
> > Chris
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