Socket Manager: unknown listener event: 0
jnw "at" realvnc.com
Sat Apr 15 18:51:01 2006
It sounds like you've removed all the entries from the Access Control
section of the VNC Server Properties Connections tab. You need to have at
least one "Allow" entry in there for the server to accept connections.
Wez @ RealVNC Ltd.
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> [mailto:vnc-list-admin "at" realvnc.com] On Behalf Of Marc De Smet
> Sent: 15 April 2006 17:36
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> Subject: Socket Manager: unknown listener event: 0
> I have installed latest version of VNC on two computers on my
> home network
> (1 computer (runs VNC viewer) wired to Draytek router, other wireless
> connected (runs VNC server).
> When using VNC viewer I get message 'The connection closed
> unexpectedly. Do
> you wish to attempt to reconnect to ..')
> Event Viewer on the wireless computer shows entry 'Socket
> manager: unknown
> listener event: 0'
> I have tried connection with firewalls on both computers
> disabled: same
> I have defined open ports 5800 .. 5900, TCP and UDP, on router
> I have redirected public port 5900 (TCP and UDP) to port 5900
> on the IP
> address of the wireless computer
> What else can I do?
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