Re: Open one SSH/VNC connection, but not another
Jaanus Kõusaar <jaanusk <at> myrealbox.com>
2004-02-01 15:49:51 GMT
On 31 Jan 2004 at 16:20, William Hooper wrote:
> Jaanus Kuusaar said:
> > When I connect to the Linux machine, the Putty's event log says:
> > 2004-01-31 22:05:07 Local port 5900 forwarding to localhost:5900
> > 2004-01-31 22:05:07 Local port 5901 forwarding to localhost:5901
> > 2004-01-31 22:05:07 Local port 5902 forwarding to localhost:5902
> Good, using localhost.
> >> > However, when I try to connect from my Win98 machine with
> >> > TightVNC to localhost:1, in the Putty's event log I can see the
> >> >
> >> > Forwarded connection refused by server remark.
> >> Sounds like it might be an SSH issue.
> >> > At the same time, when connecting to localhost:0, everything
> >> > works fine, however the vncserver is that of another user.
> >> >
> >> > I tried telnet localhost:1 and it returned a line starting with
> >> > RFB, so the VNCserver seems to be working ok.
> >> On the SSH client machine, or the linux machine?
> > On the linux machine.
> Then you are not testing the tunnel. What do you get when you try to
> "telnet localhost 5902" from the SSH client?
After having logged into the linux machine with Putty, and starting the VNCserver,