unable to connect to host: Connection time out (10060)
Scott C. Best
sbest "at" best.com
Tue Jul 19 18:29:01 2005
Heya. Yes, your Linksys router is a NAT'ing router, and
you'll need to setup port-forwarding on it to access a VNC Server
that's behind it. Details of that here:
Once you're done making those adjust, you can test them
by opening a webpage to www.GoToMyVNC.com and running the scan
As for getting the "true internet-routable IP", your Linksys
router (if it's a new one) probably has a "dynamic DNS" client built
into it. Just need to get that setup. One VNC users account of that
process is here:
Hope that helps!
> As per suggestions from this list, I have completely disable ZoneAlarm,
> and made sure the Windows Firewall in Control Panel is disabled.
> Thanks for the suggestions, but still no go.
> Is the Linksys router the same problem as with NAT router?
> When I ping the ip address of either of my two computers that
> sit behind my Linksys router, the ping is unsuccessful. Does that mean
> I do not have a true "internet-routable IP" identified for the VNC to
> access for either of these two Linksys'd computers? If not,
> how do I determine true "internet-routable IP's"?
> thxs in advance,