vnc has problems with router?
angelosarto "at" gmail.com
Sun Apr 17 02:37:00 2005
Just a vanilla port froward will be fine no triggers or any thing
special just outside IP : PORT to InsideIP:Port
Technically there will be no problem with connecting both ways as you
describe but this will cause a cascade of windows a viewer viewing a
viewer viewing a ......
On 4/16/05, QUINN MCKINSEY <mckinsey.1 "at" osu.edu> wrote:
> Under my router port forward settings do I need to have anything in the customized applications box or can I just leave them empty? Also, if I am accessing the labtop from XP and in turn, while I am still connected, trying to get the labtop to connect to XP, then will this be a problem? In other words once a vnc connection has been established between the computers in one direction can it simultaneously be connected in the opposite direction?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Angelo Sarto <angelosarto "at" gmail.com>
> Date: Friday, April 15, 2005 2:51 pm
> Subject: Re: vnc has problems with router?
> > You need to setup a port forward on port 5900.
> > Try looking at www.portforward.com or your router and how to setup a
> > port forward.
> > --Angelo
> > On 4/15/05, QUINN MCKINSEY <mckinsey.1 "at" osu.edu> wrote:
> > > Sorry, on my initial post I gave no mention of vnc in the title.
> > >
> > > I have been trying to setup the vnc server on windows XP. I
> > have the ip address, but for some reason connections cannot be
> > made to the server. I am using a labtop to try and figure out
> > what is wrong. So far, I think the problem may have to do with
> > the router because when the labtop is connected to the router I
> > can connect to the server and everything runs fine, but if I try
> > to connect over the internet, thus comming from outside the
> > router, nothing works. However, the labtop is also a server and I
> > have been able to connect from the windows XP to the labtop over
> > the internet. I have disabled my firewalls on the XP, but it
> > seems to have no effect. I am using a linksys router, but I don't
> > see why it would only allow connections in one direction. Any
> > help would be appreciated.
> > >
> > > Thanks
> > > quinn
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