DI 624 problems
jnw "at" realvnc.com
Fri Sep 17 13:48:00 2004
Have you installed any updates to your D-Link drivers?
Have you checked that your D-Link network is actually "up" on the home
machine, before the D-Link AirPlus application has run?
Under Windows 2000, we have found that the latest D-Link drivers seem to not
connect until the D-Link AirPlus application is run with Administrator
rights, rendering them more or less useless. Could this be the problem you
are seeing, albeit under XP?
Wez @ RealVNC Ltd.
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> Subject: DI 624 problems
> Up until a few days ago, I was able to use VNC to get to one
> of the machines on my home LAN. The only things that were
> changed were that I replaced the "default" SSID in the
> wireless setup with a new name. Secondly, I've done some
> Microsoft updates (not SP2 as I am running Windows XP Pro)
> but some other "critical" security updates.
> I have both the Firewall and VPN configurations on the router
> to allow access on ports 5800, 5802, 5900, and 5902. I
> cannot get in via the VNC browser nor the Web client.
> As I indicated previously, this worked a few days ago, now I
> cannot get in. If anyone has suggestions, I'd appreciate it.
> I am traveling later next week and I really would like to be
> able to access the home network from my hotel.
> Thanks and have a good day.
> R. Stefanoski
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