VNC on unix?
angelosarto "at" gmail.com
Thu Apr 14 17:34:02 2005
It is possible to run vnc on most versions of unix see the real
download page for a version.
Im not sure why you would want to run it on cisco IOS as IOS is
entirely text anyways ssh and telnet would be fuch faster than passing
around anything else.
If you are using the gui cisco tools these will work as long as they
can hit the port on the device.
(p.s. if there are Cisco devices that have graphics in IOS I've never used them)
On 4/14/05, David McSpadden <davidm "at" imcu.com> wrote:
> I have TightVnc running on all my Xp workstations and 2003 servers.
> I am taking two Cisco devices to a hotsite. Is there a way for VNC
> to be installed on these devices. I want to be able to see the console
> view. Thinking about this I know I can Telnet into the telnet session but
> just being curious about the video feed from a unix environment. Is it
> possible to load VNC on a UNIX or Cisco IOS system?
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