Setup Question

evets dranem edranem "at" dranem.org
Thu Nov 3 12:05:02 2005


Warren Melhado wrote:

>I am considering the Enterprise Server version of RealVNP to provide remote
>access to several computers that are all part of a network.  Each computer
>has a fixed IP address in the 10.10.10.xxx series and they are running
>behind a router that translates those addresses to a single address
>available to the Internet.
>
>I understand that the standard server port is 5900 and that port needs to be
>forwarded to a specific machine on the network.  My question is how should I
>configure the router and forwarding to a specific machine.  It would appear
>that  I could configure additional ports, e.g., 5902, 5902, etc. and forward
>each to their respective computers.  Is this a valid configuration or is
>there some other recommended method?
>
>Thanks,
>Warren
>_______________________________________________
>
>  
>
yes
set  each listening host to their own number IP:Port

outside:5900 -> 10.10.01.111:5900
outside:5901 -> 10.10.01.145:5901
outside:5902 -> 10.10.01.122:5902
outside:5903 -> 10.10.01.113:5903

OR forward each port to a specific IP:5900
outside:5900 -> 10.10.01.111:5900
outside:5901 -> 10.10.01.145:5900
outside:5902 -> 10.10.01.122:5900
outside:5903 -> 10.10.01.113:5900

Friewall NAT Route would point which-ever where-ever

;-)