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Accessing a VNC server through a router

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I have a netgear DG814 router with an ADSL connection.

I have VNC server and I am running it on one of my client pcs, its local address is 192.168.0.110

My ADSL Conenction has a static IP 194.x.x.x

I was wondering how I would go about connecting to the VNCserver from outside my network?

Do i need to set up port forwarding for VNC?

Thanks for any help
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Setup port forwarding on the router to forward TCP port 5800 to the private ip address
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fantastic!!

Thanks
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Forward 5800 to access it with a web browser and 5900 to access it with the vnc client
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