>>>>> Eyal Lebedinsky wrote:
> I am new to this list, and started using TighVNC recently over a
> distance (I often use it over a local connection well).
> I connect from Linux to Win/XP. NortonIS is active if it matters.
> When I connect I sometimes get no response. At other time, after
> a long pause I get the first line
> Connected to RFB server, using protocol version 3.8
> followed by nothing for a very long time (minutes, I do not
> always wait).
> At other times the process continues with
> Enabling TightVNC protocol extensions
> Performing standard VNC authentication
> Authentication successful
> but may hang for a long times (a few minutes) at any stage.
> The target machine has the server running in advance. It is
> Since there is no screen activity so far, why do I see such delays?
> I understand that there are some tcp exchanges and nothing else.
> Should some configuration of NIS2008 help?
> When I do get through the connection is very slow.
It looks like a problem with TCP connectivity. I don't think there's
something wrong with TightVNC in your case.
> I could not find good doco on the server configuration panels, just
> some notes with the screenshots. Is there a good reference for the
> options? A document with some recommendations?
There should be no such delays in any configuration, provided that the
connection is good enough.
As for the server's configuration options, there is context help
available in the configuration dialog (via the F1 key or the button with
question sign in the window caption).
With Best Wishes,