RealVNC questions about ports and display number
edranem "at" dranem.org
Thu Nov 3 11:53:01 2005
James Weatherall wrote:
>Please provide the following details:
>1. What port forwarding rules have you set up in your router?
>2. What ports have you configured VNC Server to use to accept VNC
>connections, and to serve the Java VNC Viewer on?
>3. Have you tried connecting using a native VNC Viewer, and if so then what
>have you entered into the Server field of the Connection Details box when
>trying to connect? What is the EXACT error you get when trying to connect?
>4. The URLs above look like you're trying to use the Java VNC Viewer,
>except that the port number you are trying to use is almost certainly wrong.
>Are you trying to use the Java VNC Viewer and if so, what EXACT URL are you
>using? Does the viewer load but then fail to connect, or simply not load?
>Wez @ RealVNC Ltd.
I was responiding to someones else' question
I have no problem coneting to my VNC inside my firewall ;-)
[even when I have two firewalls in-line]
I can connect to three machines inside
2 of windows XP Pro; Linux,
The problem I do have is connecting to my wireless laptop
althoug I can connect to it when it is hardwired
I can conect OUT with the wireless just not in
I can get clients to call me; I can call myself when I am off-site
D-Link 804v Router
Virtual Server Settings
RULE inside IP
03. 192.168.8.100 5903 ~ 5903 - Linux Mandrake 10.1 RealVNC 4.1
03. 192.168.8.100 88 ~ 88 - Linux Mandrake 10.1 WebServer
03. 192.168.8.100 22 ~ 22 - Linux Mandrake 10.1
04. 192.168.8.102 5907 ~ 5907 - XPPro Server VNC 4.1.1
05. 192.168.8.101 5905 ~ 5905 - Laptop Server [display Zero]
06. 192.168.8.101 5500 ~ 5500 - Listening Viewer
07. 192.168.8.101 5708 ~ 5708 - Laptop UserMode Steve
08. 192.168.8.101 5500 ~ 5500 - Laptop UserMode Dale
09. 192.168.8.101 5805 ~ 5805 - Laptop Java [display Zero]