[K12OSN] How to VNC into my FC3 machines from outside?

Rob Owens hick518 at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 23 10:13:42 UTC 2005


Is there anything listed in /etc/hosts.deny on the FC3
box?  (such as ALL: ALL, meaning deny all services to
all hosts).  If so, then you need to make sure you
edit /etc/hosts.allow to allow vnc.  If
/etc/hosts.deny is empty, then all services are
allowed and /etc/hosts.allow doesn't do anything.


--- richard ingalls <aslansreturn at yahoo.com> wrote:

> --- Jim Kronebusch <jim at winonacotter.org> wrote:
> > Do you have port forwarding setup for all of those
> > machines?  Do you
> > have multiple external IP addresses so each box
> has
> > a unique external IP
> > or are they all shared?  If they are shared you
> will
> > need to configure
> > alternate ports for each server.
> No port forwarding setup (unless the K12LTSP FC3
> does
> it by default).  Each machine has it's own static
> external IP address.  Pretty much a default install
> of
> K12LTSP 4.2.1.  I can get to my RH8 box using
> TightVNC
> on a Windows XP machine outside, but not to my FC3
> boxes.
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