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 PostPost subject: Tight VNC College access        Posted: Mon Mar 19, 2007 4:10 am 
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Hello wondering If I could get some help, im trying to get my VNC viewer to work at my college, my router can be accessed as im using dynamic dns.


The main problem is that I need to add the "isa-server" to the HTTP Proxy option. The main problem is I don't know how to do this. This is ass all traffic goes though this then to the internet.


Any ideas anybody ?


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Mon Mar 19, 2007 9:30 am 
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I don't know how UK colleges assign IP, but I am also a college student at a community college.


Hmmm, interesting, ISA server is a mandatory in your college and have you tried searching for the computer name with ISA as their name under My Network Places? Here in USA, the tech support enables the ethernet jack then assign IP of 1xx.xxx.xxx.xxx along with hostnames like xxx-xx-12.xxxxxxxxxx.college.edu

I did VNC viewer in one of computer labs and it doesn't require proxy, although the public IP was assigned by the college's DNS


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Mon Mar 19, 2007 11:12 pm 
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well to my knowledge everything must be configured to use the isa-server proxy. As i use portable firefox and this requires me to change the proxy settings. This is as the college records all data though its internet.


I think i just need to put this info in the address bar, in vnc but it just how i get this to work,


Im going to try with what u suggested, but If anyone else has any info on how to get this working please add to the topic,


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I use UltraVNC, this comes with a java viewer which can be used with a web browser and this works at my college

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ill try it with that, the main problem is that i think traffic is open on port 80 http , and ftp -21. As I can connect to the Beta Archive Server, So i think i might be able to make use of that port, if possible, ill have a go. And also with the Java Viewer, i tried with tight vnc java viewer with no luck.


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It could be possible that your college block the use of java on their ISA server

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well i herd i could use a program called Putty, something about it can change the data to be sent over the https port instead of 5900, and alsop though the proxy server (ISA).


anyway im going to try that, but it a long drawn out method.


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Wed Mar 21, 2007 9:42 pm 
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well i herd i could use a program called Putty, something about it can change the data to be sent over the https port instead of 5900, and alsop though the proxy server (ISA).


anyway im going to try that, but it a long drawn out method.

I did just that once. As far as the ISA server is concerned, SSH looks just like HTTPS. You can tunnel just about anything on top of it. All you need is an SSH server on the other end.


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thanks for that, would this involve me configurationing shh @ each end, that being server end and viewer?.

i have an app, i think will do that job,

http://www.karlrunge.com/x11vnc/enhanced_tightvnc_viewer.html

What do you think, will this do that job ?


thanks again for the info


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Fri Mar 23, 2007 2:46 am 
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It would automate the client end, but you'll still need an SSH server. I'd recommend OpenSSH. Here is a project which provides Windows binaries.


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