What router are you using?
So A is the server and B is the viewer?
A & B are both behind a different router?
This look like the setup I have at home and at work. Except that I don't
try to directly access the remote machine using VNC.
First I use VPN to connect to the office and once I'm in, I use VNC.
Never had any problems.
As for installation, when you install it, you need to set it as a
Also, make sure Windows Firewall allows it and that it is not blocked by
Windows Defender (if installed) or any other third party app.
Hope that help a bit.
[mailto:vnc-tight-list-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Smita
Sent: Monday, August 14, 2006 4:11 PM
Subject: Please HELP!
In between i had posted a question regarding help needed in connecting
computer B to Computer A over the internet.
I tried everything.Port forwarding.Asked my ISP if he is blocking it.He
I tried in the router the DMZ thing and added computer A's IP address
which is static one.
Did everything possible,yet computer B had to be added as new client to
get access to computer A.Also after i add computer B as a new client
and give him the access,he gets disconnected after some time and i have
to add him again.
I tried disabling the firewall and stuff.
Can someone explain the right procedure of installing VNC server and
viewer...i can check again if that is something i have goofed up in.
Both A and B are Win XP home Edition SP2.