[Libvir] Re: [Xen-users] SOLVED Re: cannot use vncviewer and VMM graphics console to access HVM guest on RHES 5
xen.inbox at gmail.com
Fri Jun 1 18:13:15 UTC 2007
I'm with you about the VNC authentication.
But I still don't understand the logic behind assigning HVM displays.
Instead of clear "domU ID is the display number" (vncunused 0), the
Virtual Machine Manager assigns vncunused to 1 and then calculates the
5900+ port, I suppose depending on what port is not occupied (BTW
where exactly is this code in the source, please?).
Why is that? And how am I suppose to find out what that port number is
if I'd want to connect to a VMM-created vm manually with my vnc
Daniel P. Berrange wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 01, 2007 at 11:03:36AM -0400, Glen Deem wrote:
>> Thanks to Igor Chubin (spasibo) and Richard Jones, the qemu vnc server
>> was listening but I did not connect to its proper port (why libvirt
>> doesn't use <IP>:<domU id> kind of vnc connection and restricts the
>> server to local host only by default?).
> VNC authentication is an utter joke. It can be trivially brute forced
> so exposing it on a public IP address is not a good idea, hence the
> default is 127.0.0.1, though even that's not ideal because it is still
> exposed to local users. Ultimately VNC needs to have SSL/TLS support
> integrated into it to allow secure access over public network, which
> is something I'm working on for QEMU...
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