[K12OSN] VNC (Virtual Network Computing) question

daniel.hunt at iibbank.ie daniel.hunt at iibbank.ie
Fri May 14 09:26:31 UTC 2004

It's actually pretty easy as far as I know.

Once the VNC server is up and running on the particular machine you want to
access, just setup your router to forward any connection to a particular
port on the external ip to the interal server machine.

If the server you want to connect to _IS_ the router, then just open that
port on the firewall for the external interface!

Easy as 123 :)


-----Original Message-----
From: Angelo Nera [mailto:a.nera at didasca.it]
Sent: Friday, May 14, 2004 10:34 AM
To: k12osn at redhat.com
Subject: [K12OSN] VNC (Virtual Network Computing) question

1. I use VNC (vncserver and vncviewer) to view and interact with any 
K12LTSP server in my Lab.
It works fine !

2. I would like to be able to connect - via INTERNET - to a K12LTSP server 
located in another building in the Campus, view and interact with it.

Can somebody help me ?
Thank you.

Angelo Nera

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