[Shorewall-newbies] Linux Shorewall and VNC to PC

Tom Eastep teastep at shorewall.net
Thu Feb 5 14:02:43 PST 2004


On Thursday 05 February 2004 01:27 pm, Tim Meadows wrote:
> I am am newbie here and couldn't find the answer in the FAQ.

And it didn't occur to you to try the "Quick Search" in the top Website frame?

> I have 
> clients that will need to use their PC's using RealVNC Server to connect
> to my PC's RealVNC Viewer in Listening mode.  At my end I have a Linux
> server.  It is setup as Web Server, FTP server, etc.  My T1 router IP is
> pointed directly to this Linux box.
>
> I can get RealVNC working while inside my local network as well as when I
> dial up to a RASFinder within my local network.  I cannot get it to work
> when coming in from outside (via AOL dialup for now just to test it).  I
> use my PC that is inside the local network as the VNC View in listening
> mode and the laptop with AOL as the VNC server trying to attach a client.
>
> I have the following line in the shorewall 'rules' file in linux and
> stopped and restarted shorewall:
> DNAT  net  loc:10.10.10.193  tcp  5500
>
> Most of our clients won't be using dialup but taht is my only way to test
> it here currently.     I realize this must be most basic but help is
> appreciated.

The VNC port number is 5900+<display number>. So

Display 0 = 5900
Display 1 = 5901
...

See http://www.shorewall.net/ports.htm

-Tom
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