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Old 12-29-2009, 04:21 AM   #1
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Lightbulb How can I Configure vinagre for Wan Access

Hi all
I am using Fedora10 and Airtel Broadband Connection(with Dynamic Address).I am new for it and would like to access my desktop using internet rather than LAN.I have already installed vinagre and vino on my pc And Configure the vncserver geometry,password as
well as,use port no:5900.
Tell What is my next require to do this?
Old 12-30-2009, 02:28 PM   #2
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I'd approach this issue like this:

1. Get it working on the LAN first, and secure it. When you are happy that it works....
2. Forward the approriate port on your router
3. Set yourself up some way of tracking your dynamic IP - DynDNS for example.

I had some issues with Vinagre to the point I dropped it and used 'NX Client/Server' (, but that was some time ago. As most of the machines I log in to are Windows (ironically) I tend to use the Gnome tsclient.

Good luck :-)


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