Help: I want to connect to my network at home from other
angelosarto "at" gmail.com
Mon Jan 24 00:59:01 2005
First you need to install (at least) the server side on each machine.
THen from a machine you are trying to connect from, install the
RealVnc requires a single port to operate, that is by default 5800.
If you would like to control each computer from the Internet then you
need to setup a port forward for each.
I assume you are using some sort of PAT/NAT router to connect?
Port Forward like this:
Outside IP :5801 --> Computer 1's IP :5800
Outside IP :5802 --> Computer 2's IP :5800
Outside IP :5803 --> Computer 3's IP :5800
Outside IP :5804 --> Computer 4's IP :5800
Then from outside connect realvnc to Outside IP: 580X
Is that a start? Good Luck,
On Sun, 23 Jan 2005 13:55:38 -0600, Computer Technologies
<computer "at" midwestis.net> wrote:
> I just sent this and after reading it in the sent items I discovered
> that I was very vague. Please allow me to restate my question.
> Here is what I am trying to accomplish... I have 7 computers on a
> network in my home. They are all using the same t-1 connection. What are
> the steps to be able to connect to my home network from another location
> say from a clients house using RVNC? If someone could give me the steps
> I would be eternally grateful.
> Mike Peterson
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