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Old 12-17-2009, 12:45 PM   #1
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Question VNC Connection through Squid Proxy Server


Hi All,
We have two offices suppose A and B. At office A, we use centos 5.3 computer as router and squid proxy server. At office B we use a cisco router to connect to Internet. Computers at office A that has direct access to Internet can access computers behind cisco router at office B using vnc viewer. But computers at office A that can use internet only through squid proxy can't access computers behind cisco router at office B.
Is there any way so that I could allow squid clients to access computer behind cisco router at office B using vnc viewer.

Thanks in advance.

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you wouldn't be able to pass the vnc traffic through the squid service without tunneling it with a tool like httptunnel, but do you need to?? can't you just route it?
 
Old 12-18-2009, 06:58 AM   #3
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you wouldn't be able to pass the vnc traffic through the squid service without tunneling it with a tool like httptunnel, but do you need to?? can't you just route it?
Hi Chris,
Thanks for reply.
Could you please explain in detail.
 
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