Port 80 / Corporate firewall
jnw "at" realvnc.com
Thu Apr 27 10:28:18 2006
Are you saying that your work "firewall" only allows outgoing connections on
port 80? Are you sure that the work firewall is not in fact an HTTP
proxy/firewall combination (i.e. something that only allows actually HTTP
Wez @ RealVNC Ltd.
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> Jason.Smith "at" sth.nhs.uk
> Sent: 27 April 2006 08:50
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> Subject: Port 80 / Corporate firewall
> Sorry if this has been done to death guys, but Im behind a corporate
> firewall at work and need access to my home pc.
> Port 80 at work is obviously open.
> Im running VNC Enterprise 4.1.9 at home and have changed the server to
> accept connections on port 80 and serve Java on Port 80.
> Ive setup my router for nat on port 80 > port 80.
> Ive also tried setting up NAT Port 80 > 5900.
> If I open my web browser at work and goto my home pc ip
> xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:80 it serves up the Java page (good), and then when I
> click on connect for the server with encryption page, it refuses
> I know Enterprise can serve java and protocol on same ports? so I cant
> work out why its refusing?
> Am I missing something.
> Thanks for any help.
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