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Posted on 2004-08-25
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I loaded REAL VNC on my home computer. Set it to port 5555 and java to 5455.
Its on service mode.
I have laptop on wireless and the VNC computer wired.
Router is: USR8054. Ports are open as Special Appz TCP trigger and ports.
I use dyndns.org to alias my ip since its dynamic.

Problem: after resolving all that....i cannot access the VNC on my home computer anywhere BUT local.
What gives?

anyone know?
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Question by:cthe_artiste
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by:snerkel
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Instead of using special application you need to use virtual server (may also be called port forwarding depending on router model).
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jose_ramirez earned 1500 total points
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cthe_artiste,
what snerkel says it´s real, on NAT==> Virtual Server, you need to specify the port from outside and specify local port and IP to route that traffic.
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by:cthe_artiste
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oh one more thing: virtual server has been open to the specific ports.
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by:jose_ramirez
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do you have a firewall (XP or personal) installed on those PCs?
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by:cthe_artiste
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Norton and i have given full rightto acess all ports. Btw: it worked once: when i used the viewer on the same machine
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by:cthe_artiste
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Oh yah dmz not good idea to do either not secure..so i dot want that
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by:snerkel
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Not even an assist :-(
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by:cthe_artiste
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oups sorry..i forgot to give it to yah...well look..i'll go post another post about it..cuze its still not resolved
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