This is a discussion on [VPN] Re: Easy VPN setup for remote users - Network ; Mr.Petersen: One way to make encrypted VNC connections that doesn't require an open TCP port is to use EchoVNC alongside your VNC Server. EchoVNC lets you make a "firewall friendly" connection using a relay server that you own and control ...
One way to make encrypted VNC connections that doesn't
require an open TCP port is to use EchoVNC alongside your VNC
Server. EchoVNC lets you make a "firewall friendly" connection
using a relay server that you own and control (e.g., running on
your public Linux server). Data content is secured with 128-bit
AES via the OpenSSL toolkit, and it works with any flavor of VNC.
More info here:
For remote users who are not allowed to install their own
programs, try using EchoWinVNC. It's a zero-install "single click"
version of VNC that you can easily customize to connect to your
relay server, and even display your own splash-screen.
On May 5, 2006, at 1:00 PM, Russell Howe wrote:
> On Fri, May 05, 2006 at 04:52:44PM +0200, Morten W. Petersen wrote:
>> we have some remote users that need help setting up various tools on
>> their computers, and we would like to be able to do this for them via
>> VPN, having them for example downloading an application and
>> starting it
>> so we can access their computer.
> If you don't mind the unencrypted-ness (which you probably should),
> not just get them to install VNC and run a viewer on your end in
> mode. That way they can just connect to your listening viewer, giving
> you control.
> No need to even install VNC such that it has a listening socket.
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