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Old 07-14-2014, 09:53 AM   #1
nickvanalst
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Teamviewer like connection on Linux ARM system


Hi!

I'm new to these forums, so please tell me if i do something wrong

But I'm looking for a application to make a connection like teamviewer to a ARM linux system.

I need to connect to this system unattended, and it can be behind a firewall/NAT.

For windows i can use teamviewer, (call home function). but teamviewer has no support for ARM, only X68/64

I recently tried with logmein hamachi, which makes a VPN with the same base idea as teamviewer (Connection on ID based).
But this is still in beta for ARM systems, and it isn't as stable as i hoped. (it does not like it if the internet connection drops)

Are there any programs like this? or is my best option to setup a VPN server with static IP's so i can access the machine remotely (through VNC).

Thank you in advanced!

Regards
Nick

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Old 07-15-2014, 08:00 PM   #2
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I'm thinking that you are stuck. If you can't get some browser based setup working and they don't make a teamviewer type, the only way left is a form of vnc.

It may be possible for your home router to be used with a dynamic dns. Guess there may be a way for a ddns app in arm but I don't know.

You'd have to configure nat into that or at least open upnp.

There are ways to run x over a tunnel.

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Old 07-16-2014, 01:46 AM   #3
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Hi Jefro,

thanks for your reply,

i was afraid of that problem is that these machines run in a production enviroment, and most of the networks can't be opened for something like this....

Think i will need to stick to the VPN/VNC combo to get this working.
 
Old 07-16-2014, 05:18 PM   #4
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I know this question sat there for a while. Just not a common question. We just didn't have a better answer.
 
  


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