I tried FreeNX and NXClient connecting from my laptop to my deskop running ubuntu desktop over WAN(laptop and desktop has separate public ip each). I felt it's very fast and I want to use it as a best remote client.
I'm trying to connect
from my home desktop
to the office. In my office a single Dynamic public ip is used to access internet and all the systems are in LAN in the network 192.168.3.0 can connect to the internet. Does anyone know how could I connect to this private network of particular system(192.168.3.10) with FreeNX over WAN.
I was using ubuntu's shipped VNC which is dead slow and I've changed the default vnc port in the 'gconf-editor' and allowed the new port in the modem and I'm using it for now.
I have to connect to office system(192.168.3.10), what should I do?. If in my office it has only one system it wouldn't be any problem, I would've directly enter the dyndns domain name(registered for dynamic public ip for office) in the Host field of FreeNX.
- Is any port should be opened in the modem(FreeNx was using 22)
- What I should enter in the Host field of FreeNX?. Ofcourse
dyndnsdomain name but how could I connect to the particular system of private network(192.168.3.10). It has the port option(default 22) and I tried it changing to my VNC port and it didn't work
Please anyone could guide me perfectly in connecting to my office system of the private network over WAN with NXClient?
I have two options in the Linksys router one is (1) port forwarding and (2) port trigerring. when using VNC I used port forwarding(5900 in the below) and I could connect to the server but no idea what with freenx, nxclient. what port I should open and in forwarding or triggering?
Application Start End Protocol IP Address Enable ssh 22 to 22 BOTH 192.168.3. 2 yes cvs 2400 to 240 BOTH 192.168.3. 3 yes vnc1 5900 to 5900 BOTH 192.168.3. 5 yes vnc2 5901 to 5902 BOTH 192.168.3. 10 yes
Triggered Range Forwarded Range Application Start Port End Port Start Port End Port Enable to to to to to to to to