VNC and NAT and firewall
Date: Thu, 26 Aug 2004 17:40:37 +0200
Is there any magick that can enable me to access,through VNC or similar, a
Windows machine which is on a private network (NAT) and behind a couple of
firewalls from a Linux machine which also is NATed and behind a firewall?
What I'm thinking is that IMs like ICQ, AIM etc does something like this
because you go through a 3rd server. Is there any solution that would
enable this for VNC? Any other magick that could fix this? It's not
possible to open ports on the firewall as that would be against company
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