VNC® Viewer Plus 1.1 User Guide
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You must specify a network address that uniquely identifies AMT Server running on the host computer.
If you do not know a network address and you have access to the host computer, you may be able to find one out. See Discovering a network address for more information. If you do not have access to the host computer, you will need to ask your system administrator or a host computer user.
A network address can take the following forms:
• An IP address in IPv4 format, for example 192.168.2.187.
• A host name, for example johndoe.
• A fully-qualifed domain name (FQDN), for example johndoe.acme.com.
Note: A FQDN may be required in a Kerberos network environment, or to establish an encrypted connection. You can configure VNC Viewer Plus to automatically look one up for you. See Connecting using a FQDN for more information.
Do not specify a port number. For information on ports, see Making ports accessible.
In the following picture, the host computer is identified by an IPv4 network address: