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    Quote Originally Posted by miroesq View Post
    I have RealVNC v4.2.9 running on my PC and can access it through a normal VNC client.



    Both my iPhone and Notebook are on the same network 192.168.1.68 and 192.168.1.64 respectively. I also made sure that the first letter of my password in VNSea is not capped. I can also ping my iPhone from my notebook no problem.

    My VNSea settings are as follows:

    Name: Home
    Address: 192.168.1.64
    Password: test
    Display: 0
    Shared: Off
    View Only: Off
    Pixel Depth: 8

    My RealVNC settings on the notebook are as follows:
    VNC Password Authentication: test
    Accept connections on port: 5900
    Server Java Viewer via HTTP on Port: 5800

    I also tried accessing my RealVNC via Safari using http://192.168.1.64:5800, but all I get is a white screen with nothing else.

    Any help is highly appreciated as I love the idea of VNC on the iPhone

    Thanks
    You do know that 192.168.xxx.xxx IP addresses are local IP addresses and not accessible outside of your network, right?

    Just, FYI.


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    What port do I need to forward to access VNsea outside my network?

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    Quote Originally Posted by benpottier View Post
    What port do I need to forward to access VNsea outside my network?
    5900 on both tcp and udp

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    ...thank ya

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    Quote Originally Posted by iFoneHome View Post
    Hey memron,

    You can use a different port than 5900 by using a negative. Ie/ 5900 = 0, 5810-5900 = -90

    It works, I've done this..

    Steve

    Very good news, but what do i have to do exactly ?

    ex : in, an internal mode , i want to be able to reach 4 different computer. I have plan on my router differents port forwarding. 5810 goes to IP 192.168.1.10, 5820 goes to IP 192.168.1.20, etc...
    When i am outside i use VNC like : My ext IP:5810 for the first PC, My Ext IP:5820 for the second, etc... (ex 82.228.228.5:5810,...)
    You suggest to use negative... but how ?

    Thanks

    Memrom


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    Quote Originally Posted by memrom View Post
    Very good news, but what do i have to do exactly ?

    ex : in, an internal mode , i want to be able to reach 4 different computer. I have plan on my router differents port forwarding. 5810 goes to IP 192.168.1.10, 5820 goes to IP 192.168.1.20, etc...
    When i am outside i use VNC like : My ext IP:5810 for the first PC, My Ext IP:5820 for the second, etc... (ex 82.228.228.5:5810,...)
    You suggest to use negative... but how ?

    Thanks

    Memrom
    In the current version VNsea is bond to port 5900, so cant do it at all.
    If one of the next version accepts other ports VNsea is working on, then you might coose one for each of your internal computers (forwarded to different ports on your router)

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    Assuming internal network... Put the ip of pc in host and for 5810 use -90, for 5820 use -80 etc... If you want to expose outside you can forward those 5810 etc ports to the approriate pc on your router

    Quote Originally Posted by memrom View Post
    Very good news, but what do i have to do exactly ?

    ex : in, an internal mode , i want to be able to reach 4 different computer. I have plan on my router differents port forwarding. 5810 goes to IP 192.168.1.10, 5820 goes to IP 192.168.1.20, etc...
    When i am outside i use VNC like : My ext IP:5810 for the first PC, My Ext IP:5820 for the second, etc... (ex 82.228.228.5:5810,...)
    You suggest to use negative... but how ?

    Thanks

    Memrom

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    Quote Originally Posted by iFoneHome View Post
    Assuming internal network... Put the ip of pc in host and for 5810 use -90, for 5820 use -80 etc... If you want to expose outside you can forward those 5810 etc ports to the approriate pc on your router

    Sorry but i dont understand how to proceed !
    What to i have to put exactly in the VNsea (edit server)
    - name : Name of my connexion
    - Adresse : ??????????
    - Password : Ok
    - Display : 0

    Thanks

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    Sorry,

    Put 192.168.?.? In the address
    put -90 or etc in the display field

    Quote Originally Posted by memrom View Post
    Sorry but i dont understand how to proceed !
    What to i have to put exactly in the VNsea (edit server)
    - name : Name of my connexion
    - Adresse : ??????????
    - Password : Ok
    - Display : 0

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by iFoneHome View Post
    Sorry,

    Put 192.168.?.? In the address
    put -90 or etc in the display field
    very cool, did not know that! it works. thx a lot

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