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VNC access using DDNS - if http://lalalala.dyndns.org:8080/ is my router and 192.168.1.100 server - what goes in for VMC?

Posted on 2011-03-14
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Ive tried a few combinations and Im not getting anywhere.

What the full string?

VNC - works on this
192.168.1.100  
Router work on this.
http://lalalala.dyndns.org:8080

Externally how can I VNC - whats the setting / string?


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by:Rob Hutchinson
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Maybe try the VNC Personal Edition using the One-Port HTTP & VNC feature?
http://www.realvnc.com/products/personal/index.html

You can email their support first to see if this will resolve the problem.

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"One-Port HTTP & VNC
One-Port HTTP & VNC allows VNC Server to serve VNC Viewer for Java and VNC sessions through a single TCP port, simplifying NAT and firewall configuration."
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by:sshah254
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I believe VNC uses Ports 590x (5900 for display 0, 5901 for display 1, etc.).

All you should need to do is forward port 5900 from your router to 192.168.1.100.

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You need to forward the port used by VNC to the VNC server computer.  Default port is 5900.  It would be wise to change this port though.

Once the port has been forwarded, use a VNCViewer program with lalalala.dyndns.org as the hostname and that should be it.
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by:fcek
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Sorry to explain better ........ I can VNC internally on the LAN

Im a N00b.

to vnc from outside ........
   
Is it?
 
http://lalalala.dyndns.org:192.168.1.100 

or is it ...... ?

http://lalalala.dyndns.org>:<>~:_192.168.1.100

Whats the string.

All that port forwarding is done.

This question is easier than you think :-)



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Or whats the URL should I say?
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 100 total points
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doesn't use a url just lalala.dyndns.org unless you are using a web client then http://lalala.dyndns.org 
check your portforwarding at http://www.portforward.com
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by:Rob Hutchinson
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Here's an article by VNC support that mentions the same thing brettkm says:

http://www.realvnc.com/support/portforward.html
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