bob gailer | 5 Sep 13:15 2011
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Connection fails with client and server in different LANs

Ccomputers A and B are in different LANs.
I have forwarded ports 5800 & 5900 in both routers
I activate viewer on computer A - enter password - see "Client 
initialization message sent."
After a while I get "Connection closed."

What am I doinig wrong - how do I diagnose this?

I activate viewer on computer B - enter password - and it works.

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michaeldharding@aol.com | 6 Sep 13:16 2011
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Re: Connection fails with client and server in different LANs

I am having the same trouble.  I have a home based pc and an office pc behind a corporate firewall.  I can see connections but can not comumicate.  

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Ccomputers A and B are in different LANs.
I have forwarded ports 5800 & 5900 in both routers
I activate viewer on computer A - enter password - see "Client
initialization message sent."
After a while I get "Connection closed."

What am I doinig wrong - how do I diagnose this?

I activate viewer on computer B - enter password - and it works.

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919-636-4239
Chapel Hill NC


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fabio.montaldi@tin.it | 8 Sep 14:45 2011
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Number of IP in the window

Hi, I have 5 servers to check, that they have the same screen, but when I opened all the 5 screens, do not know which is the one, two, etc. .. etc. ..
You can customize the screens or at least see the IP address on the screen?

Thank You

Fabio



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Mr Data | 8 Sep 21:59 2011
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Re: Number of IP in the window


fabio.montaldi <at> tin.it wrote:
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>  ..You can customize the screens or at least see the IP address on the
> screen?
> 
> 

When I open the screen to my remote computer, the computer name (My
Computer|Properties|Computer Name)  shows up in the title bar

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John G. Lussmyer | 9 Sep 02:39 2011

TightVNC being VERY slow on a Win7 box

I often need to get to my home machine from other places, so it's 
running the latest TightVNC server.
This is a Win7 box, with dual 1920x1200 displays on a  NVIDIA GeForce 
7300 SE/7200 GS.
When I tightVNC into this machine, it's slow.  REALLY REALLY slow.  Even 
when I'm just down the hall on a 100baseT network.
Several seconds for a screen update of any kind.
When I'm working remotely, it often just sits and does nothing for 20 or 
30 seconds.
It can take 20 seconds to respond to catch up to me typing 20 characters.

Is there anything I can do to make this useable?

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Michael Grant | 9 Sep 04:43 2011

Re: TightVNC being VERY slow on a Win7 box

On Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 18:39, John G. Lussmyer <Cougar <at> casadelgato.com> wrote:
> I often need to get to my home machine from other places, so it's
> running the latest TightVNC server.
> This is a Win7 box, with dual 1920x1200 displays on a  NVIDIA GeForce
> 7300 SE/7200 GS.
> When I tightVNC into this machine, it's slow.  REALLY REALLY slow.  Even
> when I'm just down the hall on a 100baseT network.
> Several seconds for a screen update of any kind.
> When I'm working remotely, it often just sits and does nothing for 20 or
> 30 seconds.
> It can take 20 seconds to respond to catch up to me typing 20 characters.
>
> Is there anything I can do to make this useable?

This may not be a tightVNC problem.  It could be a network problem.

If, from the windows box, you run ping -t theotherbox, do you have any
packet loss?

Is the windows box properly configured with DNS servers?  It could be
something is trying to look up the remote host in DNS and it's timing
out, I've seen stuff like this slow stuff down, not sure if this would
slow tightVNC down but worth throwing out.

Do you have some anti-virus/firewall getting in the way?  I've seen
windows firewalls throttle stuff back and cause packet loss which
wreaks havoc on connections without actually disconnecting them.

In cases like this, WireShark is your friend.  Set up a trace and try
to follow the tcp protocol exchanges and see that nothing is getting
dropped on the floor.

It could even be a firewall problem on the client side, so don't
ignore that possibility.

Food for thought.  Hope it helps.

Michael Grant

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fabio.montaldi@tin.it | 9 Sep 07:12 2011
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Re: Number of IP in the window

 Thank you for answer, Mr Data, but check the particular server where I can not change his name .........

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Claudio Coletta | 9 Sep 09:45 2011
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Re: Number of IP in the window

Hello Fabio,

> Hi, I have 5 servers to check, that they have the same screen, but when I
> opened all the 5 screens, do not know which is the one, two, etc. .. etc. ..
> You can customize the screens or at least see the IP address on the screen?
>
	every server should have an own IP address, how do you confuse them?

> Thank You
>
> Fabio
>
>
>
> P.s. Sorry for my bad English.........
>
Bye,
Claudio.

P.S.: se vuoi, puoi scrivermi direttamente in italiano.

Hello Fabio,

> Hi, I have 5 servers to check, that they have the same screen, but when I
> opened all the 5 screens, do not know which is the one, two, etc. .. etc. ..
> You can customize the screens or at least see the IP address on the screen?
>
      every server should have an own IP address, how do you confuse them?


> Thank You
>
> Fabio
>
>
>
> P.s. Sorry for my bad English.........
>
Bye,
Claudio.

P.S.: se vuoi, puoi scrivermi direttamente in italiano.

  
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fabio.montaldi@tin.it | 9 Sep 10:46 2011
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Re: Number of IP in the window

 


"every server should have an own IP address, how do you confuse them?"

Ciao Claudio.....VNC non mi confonde i server, quando li apro in remoto tutto bene,sono io che quando ho aperto due o più finestre vnc non sò quale èil server che in quel momento ha la finestra attiva......Mi chiedevo se c'era la possibilità di distinguere le varie finestreriportando il num. di IP da qualche parte, visto anche che non possocambiare il nome al server e mi dà (in alto a sx) tutti X11.....
Fabio
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fabio.montaldi@tin.it | 9 Sep 12:15 2011
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Re: Number of IP in the windows



 ...eee no......Linux

sono server che comandano proiettori digitali per i cinema......

Fabio


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