Halton Huo | 1 May 15:21 2007
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No source code for Java VNC viewer?

Hi,

I download the source code "VNC Free Edition Source Code for Unix",
found there is a Java VNC viewer, which is very useful.

But there is no source code for this.

Here I have two questions:

#1. Does the Java VNC viewer not opensourced?

#2. What's the license for the Java VNC viewer? What kind of situation
we can use it?

Thanks,
Halton.
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Halton Huo | 1 May 16:57 2007
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Re: No source code for Java VNC viewer?

Sorry, I did not see the link for "VNC Free Edition Source Code for
Java". Now I have the source code.

Is there anonymous account? So that we could checkout code and maybe
offer patch in the future.

Halton.
On Tue, 2007-05-01 at 21:21 +0800, Halton Huo wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I download the source code "VNC Free Edition Source Code for Unix",
> found there is a Java VNC viewer, which is very useful.
> 
> But there is no source code for this.
> 
> Here I have two questions:
> 
> 
> #1. Does the Java VNC viewer not opensourced?
> 
> #2. What's the license for the Java VNC viewer? What kind of situation
> we can use it?
> 
> Thanks,
> Halton.
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Jake Walker | 1 May 17:53 2007

HTTPServer: untrapped: End of Stream

We've been running VNC free 4.1.2 on the networks we support, and lately
I've been noticing on the server in the Application Logs a rather cryptic
error message, and google says nothing:

Event ID 1
Source WinVNC4
Description: HTTServer: untrapped: End of Stream

Anybody know what this is all about?  I've seen it on about 10 different
networks, on 2000 and 2003 servers.

-Jake Walker
Deltra Networks
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Scott C. Best | 1 May 21:04 2007
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Re: Why can't VNC work like Sling Player?

 	Or EchoVNC. Lots of ways to work with VNC now, without setting
up port-forwarding. Though it's analogous to the difference between
driving a stick-shift or automatic transmission -- some people want the
convenience, some want the feel of it. :)

cheers,
Scott

> Why not use Hamachi?
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: vnc-list-admin <at> realvnc.com [mailto:vnc-list-admin <at> realvnc.com] On
> Behalf Of Stephen Parish
> Sent: Monday, 30 April 2007 7:29 AM
> To: vnc-list <at> realvnc.com
> Cc: stephen <at> sptv.demon.co.uk
> Subject: Why can't VNC work like Sling Player?
>
> It's so easy to get Sling Player to connect from work, through the company
> firewall to the Slingbox server running at home, and I can happily use the
> keyboard and mouse to remotely control the satellite receiver, and get TV
> pictures back, just like the screen I wish I could get using VNC.
>
> All I had to do was type in the address of my workplace socks server into
> Sling Player running on the PC at work, and that was it.
>
> Why on Earth can't VNC work as easy as this?

<snip>
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Jason Udzinski | 1 May 22:29 2007
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Re: Connecting to server behind a VT2442 router

Karl,

I have tried connecting to another PC. My in-laws have a PC that is not behind a router. Their setup is as follows:

Internet (Comcast for ISP) --->Cable Modem---> PC running WinXP Pro.

They have the same ISP as I do and I can connect to their PC just fine. Any suggestions on if I am configuring the
custom port forwarding wrong with those fields I had mentioned (Source IP Address, Source Netmask,
Destination IP Address...)? 

-jayski29

----- Original Message ----
From: "karl <at> nsal.com" <karl <at> nsal.com>
To: Jason Udzinski <jayski29 <at> yahoo.com>
Sent: Sunday, April 29, 2007 4:58:56 PM
Subject: Re: Connecting to server behind a VT2442 router

You know I would try checking that pports are not been blocked by your isp, I would try and connect from a
different location. This has all the halmarks of blocked ports.. Have you tried a different isp and
location. 

K>
________________________
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Northstar Consultants Limited
UK +447974918733
USA +1 9253019912

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David A. Bryant | 1 May 22:56 2007

RE: Connecting to server behind a VT2442 router

We have several Comcast accounts, mainly business class, and have not had
any problems using VNC.  I doubt they are blocking the ports required but it
is possible.

David A. Bryant
Network Support Specialist
Southern Diagnostic Laboratories
2732 7th Ave South
Birmingham, Alabama 35233
Phone: 205-313-1240
Fax: 205-313-1250
dbryant <at> southerndiag.com

-----Original Message-----
From: vnc-list-admin <at> realvnc.com [mailto:vnc-list-admin <at> realvnc.com] On
Behalf Of Jason Udzinski
Sent: Tuesday, May 01, 2007 3:29 PM
To: karl <at> nsal.com
Cc: vnc-list <at> realvnc.com
Subject: Re: Connecting to server behind a VT2442 router

Karl,

I have tried connecting to another PC. My in-laws have a PC that is not
behind a router. Their setup is as follows:

Internet (Comcast for ISP) --->Cable Modem---> PC running WinXP Pro.

They have the same ISP as I do and I can connect to their PC just fine. Any
suggestions on if I am configuring the custom port forwarding wrong with
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Erik Olson | 1 May 23:44 2007
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Not getting a server string response

I have a server setup and i am getting issues with people not being able to connect. I have opened the port
needed and turned back the firewall. When I run the test ping to the server I get a successful log but no reply
to the server string. Here is the exact issue. What did I miss?

The IP address requesting this web page is  64.198.214.74 (REMOTE_ADDR) 
Connecting to port  5900 ... succeeded. 
Waiting for server to send version string... 

After this there is no version sent.
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Mick | 2 May 11:16 2007
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Re: Connecting to server behind a VT2442 router

Hi Jason,

Assuming that you have configured your router as shown in PortForward.com then
try adding Destination IP Address: 192.168.1.2

If you want to be able to connect to any address/computer within the
192.168.1.0 subnet then change the netmask to 255.255.255.0, otherwise leave
it as is.

If your work's IP address is static then add this in the Source IP Address and
change the netmask to 255.255.255.255

Of course, if you want to be able to connect to your machine from any IP
address in the Internet, then leave the Source IP Address and netmask as they
are (0.0.0.0).

HTH.

On Sunday 29 April 2007 20:43, Jason Udzinski wrote:
> Is there someone that can help with the following problem because I am not
> sure what I'm doing wrong? I am trying to setup VNC server (free edition)
> on my home PC so I am able to access it from work. I am able to connect
> effortlessly from inside my local LAN. But whenever I try connecting
> externally I always get the message "Unable to connect to host: Connection
> refused (10061)".
>
> Here is my physical setup:
>
> Internet (Comcast is my ISP) --->Cable Modem---> Motorola VT2442 VOIP
> router--->PC running WinXP Pro.
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Steve Johnson | 2 May 18:53 2007

Enterprise Edition License Key

We purchased an Enterprise Edition license on 4.18.2007 but have 
not yet received a license key nor have we seen any response to 
prior support requests submitted by form for same.

Is there an email address or contact telephone for RealVNC for 
support requests other than the web forms submission?

We would like to place add'l license purchases but have been 
unable to complete the transaction for this initial license purchased.

Thanks in advance for any helpful response.

Steve Johnson
Satio Solutions
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Alok Wadhwani | 2 May 22:53 2007

Can't connect to any clients...

Hi all,

I have a very strange problem.
I am using RealVNC on my desktop in New York to connect to my desktop in
California. I have done this before successfully, but this week I've been
trying to do it again, and it won't work.

When I attempt to connect, it says "Attempting to connect to host..." for a
few moments, then says "Unable to connect to host: Connection timed out
(10060)"

Here are my specs:

Router in New York: Linksys WRT54GX4
Router in California: Linksys WRT54G

I forwarded all appropriate ports for VNC use. This week, I went as far as
setting my desktops IP addresses as the DMZ hosts on the routers, just to
see if I could get it to work that way.

Here's what gets really weird: I can't even connect from my desktop, to my
roommates computer and she's within my local network! I tried connecting to
her computer from my MacBook Pro using Chicken of the VNC and got a
connection error from that as well.

I should also mention that I am able to connect to myself by using my own IP
address.

I'm thoroughly confused and would appreciate any thoughts or suggestions.

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