Solved: Unable to connect using RealVNC Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by SigVicious, Jul 10, 2008. In the root/temp delete all the temporary files (with rm -fR *). mohammed azad replied Feb 3, 2011 Hi, I used the traceroute command and used the next hop address like smoothwal server's address (as in the tutorial you have kindly given). Hassle-free live chat software re-imagined for business growth. 2 users, always free. his comment is here
CAPSLOCK, Jul 12, 2008 #4 SigVicious Thread Starter Joined: May 1, 2007 Messages: 95 Thanks for the input. On the office firewall, you will need to create a port forward to route the traffic to your office PC (which will need to have a static IP on the LAN). RealVNC, VNC and RFB are trademarks of RealVNC Limited. Is it a different port that you have to explicitly connect to with the VNC client program.
More Information. Speedstreams has a few models like 5200, 5400 that some ISP have on by default. Please create an exception in the firewall of the administration computer in order to accept "vncviewer.exe" and also an exception in the firewall of the remote host in order to accept But when i give
For Windows 2000 or before: Consult the manual for your firewall and make sure that the port 5900 is unblocked. mdbrill replied Apr 21, 2011 The Windows vncviewer apparently tries to connect to a different port than what the Linux vncserver is offering (port 5901). Do I need to have the > VNC listen to the public interface as well, if so how? > > [root [at] dee]# netstat -a > Active Internet connections (servers and Vnc Connection Refused Ubuntu Jalal Hajigholamali replied Apr 21, 2011 Hi, Some of the connection refused Reasons are: 1)service is not running on host 2)limit exceeded of server connection 3)....
On the VNC server, I do: vncserver -localhost On the VNC viewer, I do the ssh tunneling via cygwin: ssh -L 5902:localhost:5901
Which network > am I making it listening to, the private or public? > _______________________________________________ > VNC-List mailing list > VNC-List [at] realvnc > To remove yourself from the list visit: Unable To Connect To Vnc Server Ubuntu As VNC server by default listens on *all* available interfaces, there's nothing special to do to make it listen on other interfaces. Thread Tools Search Thread Advanced Search 30th September 2008,05:02 PM #1 thesk8rjesus Join Date Sep 2008 Posts 107 Thank Post 12 Thanked 7 Times in 6 Posts Rep Power 18 In a nutshell, it'll copy the required files to a temp folder in the C drive, create the registry keys on the client machine, register TightVNC as a service, start the
bala vidya replied Apr 22, 2011 On the server where VNC is running check on which port it is running and use that in the connection string Thanks Bala Top This Try port-forwarding your router and configuring your firewall. Vnc Viewer Connection Refused By Host Computer To perform a port scan, you can use the Zenmap (Open Source), get it here: http://nmap.org/zenmap Alternatively, you can try to "telnet" to the appropriate port on the Linux box. Vnc Connection Refused Raspberry Pi Small business continuity issues Toolbox for IT My Home Topics People Companies Jobs White Paper Library Collaboration Tools Discussion Groups Blogs Follow Toolbox.com Toolbox for IT on Twitter Toolbox.com on Twitter
This issue is fixed in VNC 5.0.3. this content Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... But still I am seeing this error message. Try to stop them & checkout its connecting or not. Vnc Failed To Connect To Server
Is it somehow using my xp machine as the vnc server? (!!!!) 2) Now the big question. Vnc Connection Failed Failed To Connect To Localhost/127.0.0.1 (port 5900) I hope some of you here can make use of this... If the machine has a user logged on VNC connects fine.
VNC uses ports 5900+screen number when it runs, but you log on using your screen number. Possible causes A) DNS name unknown C:\>ping myserver Ping request could not find host myserver. also i don't know how to execute nmap. Connecting To Port 5900...failed: Connection Timed Out If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started.
Also, what distro is it? You're now being signed in. Try to temporal disable the firewall to check this it. http://webinweb.net/to-connect/vnc-viewer-unable-to-connect-to-host.html The time now is 01:17 PM.
Which network > am I making it listening to, the private or public? > _______________________________________________ > VNC-List mailing list > VNC-List [at] realvnc > To remove yourself from the list visit: Now I've started the vncserver up by default, listening on *all" available interfaces, but when I do the SSH tunelling I get asked to enter a password at the VNC viewer? I am currently running Windows XP Professional. Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving...
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It's still a little rough around the edges and I plan on rewriting a good portion of it soon. You must have done something to the server ;-) to make it listen on loopback only, so all you have to do is undo that change. Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. The service is not running on the port you contacted.
RealVNC Chat Sales Support Phone 0800 888 6410 1-800-637-5890 +44 1223 310 410 Benefits Download Buy News Support About us Sign in Sign out RealVNC RealVNC Home Benefits Download Buy News When I try to ping my pc at work the request times out... Do I need to have the > > VNC listen to the public interface as well, if so how? > > > > [root [at] dee]# netstat -a > > Active It could be that your firewall ( like the buildin MS firewall) block outgoing traffic based on application.
I have VNC server to listen to 127.0.0.1 which is the loopback interface only and not the public interface. Shannon VanWagner replied Sep 2, 2008 What port are you trying to connect to on the Linux machine? Thanks a lot for your kind help. i am currently using VNC free edition V 4.1 Send PM 30th September 2008,05:09 PM #2 FN-GM Join Date Jun 2007 Location UK Posts 18,829 Thank Post 1,079 Thanked 2,371
If you have any ports related problem then you can use netstat -an |* find* /i "listening" command to find out open ports in Ms Windows based machines. Got it Knowledge base (53)Error Messages (63)Known Issues (116)VNC (20)VNC Deployment Tool (4)VNC Viewer for iOS (8)VNC Viewer Plus (Intel AMT KVM) Knowledge base: Error Messages Timed out waiting for