FreeNX NXClient connect to ubuntu private ip over WAN
Posted on 2011-03-15
I tried FreeNX and NXClient connecting from my laptop to my deskop running ubuntu desktop over WAN(laptop and desktop has separate public ip each). I felt it's very fast.
I'm trying to connect from my home desktop to the office. In my office a single Dynamic public ip is used to access internet and all the systems are in LAN in the network 192.168.3.0. Does anyone know how could I connect to this private network(192.168.3.5) of particular system with FreeNX over WAN.
I was using ubuntu's shipped VNC which is dead slow and I've changed the default vnc port in the 'gconf-editor' and allowed the new port in the modem.
I have to connect to office system with ip 192.168.3.5, what should I do?. If in my office it has only one system it wouldn't be any problem, I'll directly enter the dyndn domain name(registered for dynamic public ip) in the Host field of FreeNX.
- Is any port should be opened in the modem(FreeNx was using 22)
- What I should enter in the Host field of FreeNX?. Ofcourse dyndns domain name but how could I connect to the particular system in the private network(192.168.3.5)
Anybody could solve this? please!