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Letting Ultra VNC go through a Dlink router to connect to a serve

How would one setup a D-Link router to let Ultra Vnc go through the router to a server.

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You may have to define the VNC service under services then port forward that service on port 5900 to internal 5900.

Of if it has a Virtual Server option just forward port 5900 to 5900 and send it to the LAN IP Address of the computer you want to use.

If you need instuctions let me know and i'll post,

ta, HPC

Posted on Mar 15, 2009

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RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol ) that is described above is the most ideal and best solution, but it is only available in XP Pro...not sure what vista ver, probably not home edition. If it isn't available on your PC your only realistic alternative other than using something like GOTOMYPC is VNC.

You'll have to install VNC (sourced below) and open up port 5900 to the internet on your router to your computer's IP. In these circumstances it not a bad idea to make your computer IP Static, so it doesn't change on you. Also look in your router for something called DDNS. you can sign up with websites like DYNDNS.ORG and you can reference your house by NAME instead of IP In the future. and it updates with you IP changes.

To access from work you will have to use a VNC client or the JAVA web client on port 5800. ..so basicly you would install VNC and both locations or find a "vnc viewer" tight vnc has a standalone viewer if needed. just google it

If all this is too confusing, seriously just use gotomypc...it costs a little bit, but its super easy Source(s): http://www.uvnc.com/download/

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Port forward VNC server. Not able to connect vnc viwer from external network.


What VNC product are you using? RealVNC? TightVNC? UltraVNC? The VNC software you installed will have a port# assigned to it by default (probably 5900) which can be configured. Find out what that is and forward that port# to the IP of your VNC "server." That should do it.

(don't fogot about any software firewalls on the VNC "server" machine)

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VNC screen is lookibg black


Make sure you are running VNC "Server" on your server and not the client.

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D-Link DI 524 behind VNC access remotely - Need help....


Open a browser and type in htp://192.168.0.1 to access your router's web management interface. Enter the username and password (default is username admin and no password)
Go to the Advanced Tab and Virtual Server
Name=VNC
Private IP=IP Address of your Home notebook
Protocol Type=TCP
Private Port=5800
Public Port=5800
Set Schedule as you like
Enable the rule and click Apply.

To access you Home notebook from anywhere other than your house, go to http://10.0.57.46:5800

Next - remote management of the router.
The IP address that you enter on the remote management page is the IP address that is allowed to connect to the remote management. If the 194.145.183.83 is the IP address of your office, this should work. Be sure you apply a password or anyone going to http://10.0.57.46 will have access to you router, I also recommend changing the port from 80 to 8080 so that http://10.0.57.46:8080 has to be typed to access the remote management interface.

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Router sharing


It sounds like your computers are virtually connected somehow by Remote Desktop or VNC. VNC stands for Virtual Network Computing. It is remote control software which allows you to view and fully interact with one computer desktop (the "VNC server") using a simple program (the "VNC viewer") on another computer desktop anywhere on the Internet.

Your best bet would be to hold the reset button down at the back of your router for around 15 to 20 seconds. The router will then be back to the factory presets it was shipped with and should hopefully negate the problem.

Please let me know if this helps. Good luck!

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Yes it is. You can use the vnc server and client utilities for this. Install VNC server on all the linux pcs. Then install the windows version of vnc on the pc you want to connect FROM.

Give the ip address of the linux pc you wish to connect to, and lo, you get the same desktop that is on the linux pc. Of course you can configure password protection.

Another easy but techie way to connect is with telnet or ssh command after enabling these services on the linux pc.

HTH,
Deboo

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I have a Philips Wireless Router SNA5630NS/05


Go fix your portting settings in your router.
Now do you want to gain access the laptop by loggin into it?
If so, go to VNC.com and download one of them. (Virtual Network Computer) You will have to install VNC on both computers. Then use VNC viewer to witre the ip of your laptop. Then press enter, you should gain access to your laptop wirelessly.

But you have to do portforwarding in the router and other small stuffs to make ths work.

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