And yet another black screen
angelosarto "at" gmail.com
Tue Jan 18 13:52:00 2005
I am not that familiar with VPN, however I do know that it has a
tendancy to fragment packets. Possibly increasing the MTU size for
the VPN may help.
Additionally you could try slowing down the connection by lowering the
color depth and resolution....
Maybe Alan will post I think he has worked with VPN more I just use
SSH all the time :)
Just some thoughts.
On Tue, 18 Jan 2005 13:13:54 +0100, Carlyle Sutphen
<carlyle.sutphen "at" db.com> wrote:
> I have RealVNC 4 installed on XP as a service at work.
> I have tested the connection from a colleques machine and it works fine.
> At home, I have Suse Linux 9.2 (kernel 2.6) and connect to my company's network using Apani's VPN client. I am able to access our systems using ssh but I am getting a black screen and a disconnect after maybe a minute.
> After searching the archives, I made the only change that seemed to apply. I lowered the MTU/MRU to 1430 (from the default 1500).
> I am still getting a black screen and a disconnect after maybe a minute.
> Is there any more information I can give to help solve this problem?
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