Disconnects with 4.1
bathory "at" maltedmedia.com
Mon Dec 12 19:11:00 2005
IP address 192.168.244.2
Subnet mask 255.255.255.0
Default gateway 192.168.244.129
(this last is my WinGate server, which is also holding ports 5900 and
5800 open for the LAN, though I suspect that's irrelevant).
The fully functioning machines have the same info, except IP addresses .3,
.131, .129, .140
At 06:55 PM 12/12/05 +0000, James Weatherall wrote:
>What output do you get from running "ipconfig" on the problem computer?
>Wez @ RealVNC Ltd.
>Dennis Bathory-Kitsz wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> A followup to my previous, when everything was working with 4.1.1 free
>> edition on this Win98SE box.
>> I didn't change anything at all, except to reboot in the morning. After the
>> DOS window opens and closes (with the 3-line VNC server version message),
>> the VNC server tray icon says "VNC Server (Service): Not accepting
>> connections". Opening its control panel shows everything apparently in
>> order, including the acceptable IP range (+192.168.244.0/255.255.255.0).
>> The only way to make it report accepting connections is to check the "local
>> machine only" checkbox, but then of course nobody else can connect to it.
>> Telnet and netstat both report that port 5900 is not listening except when
>> "local machine only" is checked. The registry entries look in order.
>> Additional reboots don't help. Unregistering and reregistering the service
>> doesn't help. Just plain waiting doesn't help.
>> The other machines are working fine, even after reboots, and the viewer on
>> this machine is working fine with the other machines.
>> Any clues why it would simply stop accepting connections, and how to
>> restore its functionality?
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