WAN - VNC [Need More details ]
Scott C. Best
sbest "at" best.com
Tue Jan 10 19:22:01 2006
Heya. Your answer to Kausar is mostly correct. However, with
EchoVNC, you can make a connection to a RealVNC Server without any
firewall or router adjustments on the either the viewer or target LAN.
EchoVNC simply relays connections thru an "echoServer", so that
both the Viewer and Server side of the connections create traffic that
appear to be "outgoing" to any firewalls or routers. If the endpoints can
both connect to the same echoServer (which may require port-forwarding
for the echoServer itself), then VNC connections can be made without
any further adjustments.
Hope that helps!
> KAUSAR SHAIKH napisal(a):
> [Charset iso-8859-1 unsupported, filtering to ASCII...]
>> Is it possible to access Desktop of other PC through
>> WAN without doing any router settings.
> Only when the target machine has a public IP address and there is no
> firewall blocking connections to port 5900.
> Jaroslaw Rafa
> raj "at" ap.krakow.pl