So here the deal. I have Slackware v10.0 setup on my home computer, but unfortunely I'm working... And from 8.00 to 17.00 i have no time to slack :-) My computer at work is with Windows 95 and I have plenty of time to do what I want. So I've came up with an remote desktop idea. Grabbed a lot of info about that and... Well, my machine's ip adress is local. I use an old pc as a router on my network to share DSL. I've installed and started X11vnc on my home machine. Seems that everything is ok, but when i try to connect with Tightvnc from work I get an error telling me that connection to server failed. Here is my x11vnc info:
scaling: 0 1.00000
version: 0.6.2 lastmod: 2004-07-31
Using X display :0
Read initial data from X display into framebuffer.
17/08/2004 12:45:16 Using X display with 32bpp depth=24 true color
17/08/2004 12:45:16 Autoprobing TCP port
17/08/2004 12:45:16 Autoprobing selected port 5900
17/08/2004 12:45:16 screen setup finished.
17/08/2004 12:45:16 The VNC desktop is Box:0
As you got it:
Host is Box
Display is 0
Port is 5900
In TightVnc I tried to use the commands:
My ISP provided IP adresss(dynamic by the way);
Neither of these worked. As far as I understand it's connecting problems and x11vnc is set properly. From one of the post I found this:
"You need your router to forward port 22 to your linux box and then point Putty at your WAN IP address (the one your router gets from your ISP). You probably should also check your linux firewall to make sure it allows traffic on port 22."
I think the problem is forwarding, but I'm using a BBIagent. I think I got the idea about forwarding but if it's possible can someone confirm am I doing it right(cause I not tried it yet, I@work :-) ).
These setting are set at BBIagent:
Router port - 22, right? The port which is typed in TightVnc or Putty
Protocol - TCP
Service Host on Lan - My Internal IP adress. Were to forward.
Service Port - 5900, right? What port to use for my home pc or in other words, x11vnc created port. Or maybe I should leave it 22? Here I'm confused.
Well that's the deal. I'm asking this cause I can't leave my work and everything I have to do in the evening and try it only in the morning.
P.S. Is everything is going to be ok, I'll surelly write a full guide how to create that damn remote desktop with a internal pc. Or maybe it;s writen already? As far as I googled, there is no