vnc router issue
dmcvicker "at" consolidated.net
Mon Apr 4 19:27:01 2005
While I am not an expert. I would suggest that you try using a "Listening
You would need to open port 5500 on your intranet router to point to your
Your clients would start the process by establishing a connection from their
I made the assumption that you are on a static internet address.
Your clients would only have to open one set of ports and each client would
share the port.
----- Original Message -----
From: "hokage hokage" <cenvnc "at" gmail.com>
To: <vnc-list "at" realvnc.com>
Sent: Monday, April 04, 2005 5:43 AM
Subject: vnc router issue
> Am a new convert to this unix lark! just recompiled me first kernel
> and installed x.orgs latest version, like two days ago. So as u can
> see i am *total freshie*. Have come across a problem.
> I work for a company that carries out support.
> We are supporting a company that has around ten client computers and 1
> server, all on internal 192.168.*.* addresses.
> These computers are only accessible through a router. There static WAN
> address provided by there isp forwards all traffic to the router.
> Whenever there is a problem on a specific client, i would like that
> client to initiate a program that allowed me (i am on a completely
> different network) to *access that particular* client.
> *i really do not want to use port forwarding because we want 2 handle
> clients that have 100 or more terminals.* Specifying 100 ports on a
> router fills me with horror.
> I'm sure there is a standard tried and tested way of doing this, but i
> cant find it. Even using the search func provided by the forum. *Any*
> help on would be much appreciated.
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