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Does anybody know of a tool where you can type in the remote public IP of a remote location maybe a router, maybe a computer, mabye a server, or whatever else , and then the local IP of that remote box you want to connect to, and the program would follow the trace to that box? For example, if there was a command like this: vnc xxx. By their very nature, routers would be set to block this sort of behaviour i. There are a few tools available to help, though: 1. This is the closest to what you're asking.
Set up rules to forward external ports to internal machines. The simplest example of such a tool is ssh. Of course this requires the sshd server configured on xxx. Similarly if xxx. I'd really like to get the CGI trick vncxfer working more generally but I am stuck. I think I have tried to do as described, but I'm not able to make a connection.
Nothing happens on my Linux ubuntu PC, no screen pops up! I have set up my linksys router and opened the port , with forwarding to my Linux PC. Why does it not work? It should work, I have Windows machines SC into me all the time using the method you just described. I would say re-do the setup for the SC exe and make sure it's right, you could have a mistake in there somewhere Also, make sure that VNC is 'listening' on port Thank you for answering. And yes, i thought it should work also, bot i have obviously something wrong.
And there it just stays And yes, it work like a charm. I guess then I have two options left: 1. I have somehow set up the port forwarding wrong, but then I should have had problems with the LAN connection too? Open for suggestions, but I guess i am mone little step closer? Question 2: If you are trying from the internal LAN, the traffic does not need to pass through the port-forward filter, so it would not prove or disprove that the port-forward rule is working.
Thank you, thank you, thank you! But I must admit I am very embarrassed. That was it! This tool will help me a lot. Very sorry to to have watedt your time. You're welcome. So, in a nutshell you'll need to do the following: 1. Install and configure open-ssh server on your Ubuntu computer.
Forward port 22 on your router to your Ubuntu computer. I actually use a different port such as rather than 22, as lots of scanners tend to try brute force dictionary attacks. Then on my router, I forward the external high number port i. You may also want to install "DenyHosts" as per my signature below. Test that you can acutally SSH into your Ubuntu computer.
If you wanted to use your Ubuntu computer to SCP the files, you would need to install an SSH server on the Windows computer, forward port 22 to it, etc. A total pain vs. I like sftpdrive better as it works like any other network drive but you will have to pay for it.
It's developped by a small company and it costs 40 dollar. French keyboards! OK, then a follow up problem. Hope some of you have been looking at similar problems! Some of the clients I will support are french, and in France they have a totally different keyboard! That will be a big problem when I use vncviewer. Is there a way to start vncviewer so it will use MY keyboardsetup at the remote server.
I think that is an option in tsclient. OR perhaps it is a way to set up tsclient in listen mode? Anyway, it is a keyboard mapping problem in some countries. So, depending on the client Linux, Windows, Mac, etc. Linux Client: Edit the Xorg. You do not want to log out and select a different language but quickly switch between them.
This is how you do it on any linux machine with x11 or x. The above shows us english, russian, romanian and french. I don't know where to find a list. Again, I don't know what else you can put into there. I'm not in front of my Ubuntu box at the moment, so I can't verify whether or not you'll also need to go under system preferences and change the input language, keyboard or other related items. Windows Client: a. Anyhow, hope this gets you going in the right direction.
Yes, thank you. Have a nice day! Just for clarity, what exactly did you have to do in order to get it working. Thanks, Dave. To my surprise, I did not have to do anything! I just ran standard vncviewer -listen When the remote server connected I could use my normal qwerty keyboard as normal, and It worked fine on the French desktop.
I guess the vncviewer send over the ascii codes ore something. Anyway, this turned out to not be a problem. The reason I worried, was that i have had problems with this before when I have used PcAnyWhere ore something similar. Anyone gotten someone to SC into you using vncviewer -listen in Gutsy? All I get is something like this: CConn: Accepted connection from I suspect an RFB problem but no idea what that entails. I second this. I'm on 7. I don't have any screen popping up, no nothing.
Anyone have some advice for us? Hello people, mi first post in an english forums so I have to apologize for my really poor english. I have the same problem, juts when I updated to 7. I'm looking for the solution. Thank's for all! I guess we'll see what happens. Thanks dazwin. I was on Launchpad last night looking to see if there was a bug reported about it. For example, on my Windows XP laptop ip: I can also connect using my DynDNS address using the same method of "add new client".
I'll confirm this again tonight and then add the information to Launchpad. Okay, here's an update. It may be the version of RFB remote frame buffer? This workaround no longer works for Ubuntu 8. You could also download and install xvncviewer 3. A workaround is to revert back to the old v3.
Ok, I opened a bug report against the wrong package. It's also not really a bug with vncviewer, but a bug in UltraVNC SingleClick, which reports an incorrect protocol version. Thanks for the workaround. I will post this info into the original post. Just to add a bit of info to the workaround: I needed to specify the display number in the vnciewer -listen command my original HOWTO omitted the display and it just automatically defaulted to display 0; xvncviewer seems to default to display 1 : vncviewer -listen 0For some reason, running vncviewer -listen without specifying the display defaulted to 1 which means that vncviewer listens on port instead of VNC server supports protocol version 3.
Least significant byte first in each pixel. True colour: max red green blue , shift red 16 green 8 blue 0 Using default colormap and visual, TrueColor, depth Lastly, the remote user needs to issue the following command: Shouldn't that 0 be a port number such as ? Shouldn't that 0 be a port number such as ?
By default, the program takes the number specified in this case 0 and adds it to Hello all ok, so im providing a kubuntu computer to a remote friend. We are both using 7. I have my dynamic hostname setup, i m sure i did the protforwarding properly , somebody from irc was looking at my personal wiki, using my.
Who has to do the workaround? But i'd like to know the reverse method for my remote friends. If you want your friend to connect to you, then start your vnc server and have your friend use the vnc client. But since in gutsy doesnt work, id like to know how to do it.
The "bug" is with the default vncviewer version provided with Gutsy. This step needs to be done on your computer not the remote. Provided you have forwarded port on your router to the internal IP of your Gutsy box and set the vncviewer to listen mode: vncviewer -listen 0 your friend should be able to run the command and his desktop should appear on your desktop: x11vnc -connect your. The explanation of the bug and the workaround is what I needed to know to do it right SWeet!!! I mean is unveliebable!!!
My dyndns works!!! Ive seen you got 2 remote computers in your desktop, do I need another command, or everything stays the same? I've been looking into doing this securely and was wondering if there is a more straight forward guide for it? So far, I installed x11vnc through apt-get, but since the 'official' version is only 0. This way I can install an updated version on their computer easily and not need to use a longer script that connects to a website to get the binary.
Since I am only working on Ubuntu boxes, it seemed a lot easier for me to do it this way. Besides, I very much like one line command scripts, far less likely I will muck it up somehow. But I don't really see a 'listen' button on the GUI. Only a connect.
Can it be used for a reverse connection? I read quite a bit on x11vnc site, but it seems like all the examples are for connecting normally, unless I missed it. I'm just trying to get to the simplest method of getting a secure connection. I just want it to be secure in case I need to remote install software and hence use the sudo password over the internet. NX sounded interesting, but I'd like to confirm that you cannot actually show them how to do stuff with it. He has posted a number of times in this thread.
NoMachine has added support for desktop sharing and session shadowing in NX 3. This was one of the most requested features by customers and opens up NX to a full range of different usage scenarios, like remote help-desk activity and collaborative brainstorming. In the past there have been attempts to use the X11 protocol for this purpose but no one had ever reached a stage that proved to be usable. The main reason was that the involved "proxies" lacked the knowledge of the X protocol required to implement this in a reliable way.
With NX it is different. Upon the request of the end user, the server provides to the client the list of available sessions. I've added some screenshots of a shadow session in action. I assume on the computer to be controlled, I need them to run a script that has: x11vnc -connect host: port -ssl??? Also, if the default port listening display :0, port is used it can just be "-connect host". Of course if you use "x11vnc Thanks, got it working now.
At least between my laptop and desktop on my home LAN. Shouldn't be too hard to get it working through the internet now. Hello, Brand new to the ubuntu world and love it so far. I have followed the guide and carried out step sudo apt-get install x11vnc Any ideas where I am going wrong:confused: Cheers, Tony.
So you want like vncviewer or a vnc client to connect to your windows box, I don't think you're really reverse vnc'ing? I may be misunderstanding what you're doing though. Tony-pc01 is a windows machine with vnc listening on port rather than I have followed the guide and carried out step sudo apt-get install x11vnc Ah. Like dannyboy79 says, x11vnc is a VNC server. So if Tony-pc01 is running another VNC server it won't work.
Would you like to write tutorial, how you do this exactly? It would be quite interesting, especially between Windows and Linux machines. With reverse vnc we are basically initiating the connection from the server rather then the client.
The flag "-listen" vncviewer -listen Would you like to write tutorial, how you do this exactly? The flag "-listen" vncserver -listen forgive me if I am wrong here but vnc server's listen automatically. I think the point of this guide is so that you run a vncviewer in listening mode isn't it? You basically use 3 programs. This is only because port 22 ssh is open to begin with. I don't have time to write this up now but it is super cool. I think bodhi just had a typo.
I'm sure that he meant to type: vncviewer -listen as his prior explanation indicates that the the "server" is initiating the connection to the listening client. I'm trying to connect from XP to my Ubuntu machine using that "single click" program, if I have listen running, it detects the computer but then does nothing after it, what's wrong?
The XP is not my machine, so how would port 0 help? I believe this has been removed from most newer viewers, probably both for security and lack of use. To make use of it, try this for fun: echo 'Dave, Lunch! For those that want to see Karl's example in action see the attached screenshot. I tried doing -listen 0 and that didn't popup with anything once I tried to connect. Also I need to know a few more things: 1. Is the XP computer on the same network, or are you trying for remote access?
How is the XP client connecting? Are you running any firewalls on either computer? Please provide as many details as possible as to how the XP computer is trying to establish the reverse connection. I'm testing on a networked one, but I'm aiming for other computers later.
VNC works fine on Vista last time I checked. The remote support was one of my pains And to guide someone through linux's first step, its absolutely a 'must have' the remote support. And what I hope is that in a next verison of ubuntu this functionality is built-in, maybe as pidgin plugin or normal menu item.
I wish you all the best! I get a message: Package xvncviewer is not available, but is referred to by another package. This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or is only available from another source E: Package xvncviewer has no installation candidate Any ideas on a fix for 8.
I read your post but it deals with ubuntu reverse connecting to windows, different than the problem with the work around I am talking about. Unfortunately it appears that version is no longer in the repositories for 8. Does anyone have a new work around for 8. Well, got same problem But If I boot Kubuntu 8.
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I want the VNC server to autostart on boot. I've found an answer at SU SE superuser. Doesn't VNC requires a display to run? Add a comment. Sorted by: Reset to default. Highest score default Date modified newest first Date created oldest first. First, install the TightVNC server sudo apt-get install tightvncserver. Improve this answer. Fabby This superuser. It works. Note the path to X11 might need adjusting. This was copy-pasted from abdevelopment. Since this solution is accepted, can you detail whether the described steps are "only allowing tunnel SSH or VPN connections"?
Or was this a prerequisite? Make sure that the script will "exit 0" on success or any other value on error. In order to enable or disable this script just change the execution bits. By default this script does nothing The execution bits are set to on my system already. Tobias Tobias 43 3 3 bronze badges. This suggestion did not work for me. These 2 tweaks may help. CeesTimmerman, thank you but those 2 tweaks did not work.
To have vnc to start at boot up, you will need to install a vnc server software here we will be using x11vnc configure a startup script used to start the vnc service Step 1 - install x11vnc server from a command line, type sudo apt-get install x11vnc To add security, you should set a pwd sudo x11vnc -storepasswd Step 2 - Configure your startup script if your ubuntu version is lower Anwar Griffon Griffon 1, 10 10 silver badges 27 27 bronze badges.
Kashyap Kashyap 2 2 silver badges 9 9 bronze badges. Same as this 6-year-old answer: askubuntu. This page says that only works if the system actually reboots no cold boot. Paulsk Paulsk 1 1 1 bronze badge. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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