Help: I want to connect to my network at home from other
p.bragin "at" pccag.com
Mon Jan 24 15:49:00 2005
Ok... and if I want to use Windows client on my side?
p.s. Maybe will continue talk off-the-list?
vnc-list-admin "at" realvnc.com wrote on 24.01.2005 17:14:13:
> p.bragin "at" pccag.com wrote:
> > Hello!
> > Dear Zach,
> > my questions are in a little other area... ;)
> > We tested VNC a little already, but...
> >>>I mean, that using RADMIN on one host ( connected to LAN and WAN ),
> >>>you can connect to this host from Internet-somewhere and get access to
> >>>LAN workstations running RADMIN. Is it possible the same with VNC?
> >>You can remotely connect to practically any computer (running, OSX, any
> >>unix/linux and all windows) with vnc.
> > Of course you can... but is it possible to make such a thing :
> >>From some 212.x.x.x ( as example ) connect via LAN Gateway ( Linux
> > er -
> > no GUI ) with :
> > eth0 : 195.x.x.x.x
> > eth1: 10.10.0.1
> > to workstation 10.10.0.2 and use it as gateway to other workstations in
> > as 10.10.0.3, e.t.c.
> > or... you have to change firewall ( NAT ) settings on Linux server
> > everytime you
> > want to connect to new workstation...
> > That was the main question. Now I hope you understand me better.
> Ah, yes...now I understand you better. And the answer is yes you can. In
> order to do it you need to use SSH. Open port 22 on your firewalls, and
> you put ssh on a server. You can port forward to any port you want
> through ssh.
> For example to connect from my house into our corporate network to my
> workstation i do:
> ssh -L 5900:10.0.1.44:5900 zach "at" my_big_corporate_network.com
> then i open VNC and use "localhost" as my server. There is a big section
> on the realvnc faq that hits this up.
> Does this help?
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