--- Khill wrote:
>
> Ok, so my situation is as follows. 3 computers
>
> Home - windows machine
> WorkA - CentOS machine, with open SSH port to the
> world, and all ports open
> to an internal network
> WorkB - CentOS machine, with no open ports to the
> world, and all ports open
> to an internal network
>
> What I'd like to do is to get access to a VNC server
> running on WorkB from Home


You should be able to do this with 1 port forward.
Assuming you're not running a vnc server at home, the
following should work from home:

In PuTTY-
Connect to WorkA with the following Tunnels:
Source: 5900
Destination: WorkB:5900

Then after that tunnel is built, point your vnc viewer
at: localhost, or 127.0.0.1

That should do it.



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