Operating Systems ▼ Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows XP See More... In other words, you could have Chunkviewer.exe sitting in d:\Windows\foobar22 as long as there was a d:\Windows\foobar22\Bin folder with the INI file in it. Please check the name and try again. If the VNC Server service is not listed, click "Add Program," then select the VNC Server service from the list and click "OK". his comment is here
This issue is fixed in VNC 5.0.3. by supercoe » 2010-04-29 14:50 The windows firewall doesn't block outgoing connections so you'll be ok with that on. http://www.chunkvnc.com - ChunkVNC - Free PC Remote control with the Open Source UltraVNC wrapper InstantSupport! Sign in here. http://www.uvnc.com/onlinehelp/15.html
by supercoe » 2010-04-29 16:23 Something has to be blocking the Viewers outgoing connection to the repeater then. CanYouSeeMe showed both ports open. c) Verify if the port can be reached via telnet Sample: Server runnning on 172.20.214.2 port 5900 Wrong port answer C:\>telnet 172.20.214.2 5901 Connecting To 172.20.214.2...Could Try to temporal disable the firewall to check this it.
It is my first experience using VNC with port forwarding froma router (I have comcast for internet access and a SpeedStream 2623wireless router connecting my cable modem to my PC). Sign In Sign Up Browse Forum Back Browse Forum Forums Guidelines Staff Online Users Discover Content Back Discover Content All Activity My Activity Streams Unread Content Content I Started Search VPS Possible causes A) DNS name unknown C:\>ping myserver Ping request could not find host myserver. Ultravnc Failed To Connect To Server Windows 7 So I guess it is at the viewer.
Configure port forwarding on the router or firewall that separates the VNC Server from the Internet. If you want, you could "PM" the repeater's full IP to supercoe or me and let us see if we can get any viewer to register in your repeater. Report • #3 paulsep December 13, 2009 at 14:21:23 Yes, correct. http://forum.ultravnc.info/viewtopic.php?t=17889 The Windows Firewall configuration window will appear.
Note the IP address of the Internet interface of the firewall or router while configuring port forwarding. Vnc Connection Refused 10061 At least I have you here for backup. demandmedia.com © 1999-2016 Demand Media, Inc. This port wil need to be opened on your router.
Sign In Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign in anonymously Sign In Forgot your password? go to this web-site Listing the IP addresses of the components will help; leave off the last octet (after the last period) for each one. Vnc Failed To Connect To Server You can safely ignore the message. The Connection Was Refused By The Host Computer Vnc Viewer JohnHace 8 Posts: 20Joined: 2010-04-28 21:58 Top Re: Failed to connect to server !
B Super-Mod Posts: 2347Joined: 2009-09-09 14:05 Top Re: Failed to connect to server ! this content Get the answer JonFeb 10, 2005, 9:53 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.work_remotely (More info?)Sergio,The 'Allow Local Loopback Connection' is not needed. Sign In Now Sign in to follow this Followers 0 Go To Question Listing Questions and Answers vpsBoard Discussions 3 I am back. by supercoe » 2010-04-29 17:50 JohnHace, Since you're not seeing the Viewer ID show up in the repeater log I'm sure you're going to get all sorts of UltraVNC errors. Timed Out Waiting For A Response From The Host Computer Vnc Viewer
Click "Start" on the VNC Viewer computer, then click "Run" (if using Windows XP) or "Search" (if using Windows Vista or 7). Last edited by B on 2010-04-29 23:02, edited 1 time in total. The log entrylooks like this:Tue Feb 08 22:17:17 2005vncSockConnect.cpp : accepted connection from xx.xx.xx.xvncClient.cpp : client connected : xx.xx.xx.xx (id 1)If I use http://www.gotomyvnc.com/ it tells me that my VNC server weblink Type "ipconfig" and press the "Enter" key on the command line of the VNC Server computer.
So it would help to diagram out what the networks and addressing are a bit more... Vnc Failed To Connect To Server Linux It is my first experience using VNC with port forwarding from> a router (I have comcast for internet access and a SpeedStream 2623> wireless router connecting my cable modem to my I have successfully moved and copied that as a set.
The log entry> looks like this:> > Tue Feb 08 22:17:17 2005> vncSockConnect.cpp : accepted connection from xx.xx.xx.x> vncClient.cpp : client connected : xx.xx.xx.xx (id 1)> > If I use http://www.gotomyvnc.com/ My VNC Won't Connect Failed to Connect to Server VNC; How to Use a VNC on an ISP With Blocked Ports; ... It's possible the DSL ISP is filtering one port but not the other, but that's unlikely, particularly since it's an outbound attempt. Ultravnc Failed To Connect To Server Windows 10 Port forwarding should be set up to forward requests received on the VNC Server port number to the IP address of the VNC Server.
by JohnHace » 2010-04-29 18:19 supercoe wrote:JohnHace,Since you're not seeing the Viewer ID show up in the repeater log I'm sure you're going to get all sorts of UltraVNC errors. by supercoe » 2010-04-29 15:34 B, good thinking, I was assuming that since InstantSupport was connecting to the repeater ChunkViewer would have been setup with the same repeater IP. I assume> this is the case given that gotomyvnc checks out fine. check over here Another solution is to make sure that your cable or dsl modems do not have a firewall active in them.
This is used for tunneling within your network. I have installed TightVNC on both my Vista box and my XP box. by B » 2010-04-29 16:16 And keep in mind that wherever you run ChunkViewer from, it has to have a "Bin" subdirectory containing that chunkviewer.ini file. What else should I look for?
I read it again and was like WTF.... Request timed out. If it says "Error" your port forwarding isn't setup correctly or isn't working. Register a new account Sign in Already have an account?
So far all my spelunking in documentation and FAQ's havenot turned out anything that worksThanks!Sergio. 7 answers Last reply Aug 7, 2009 More about tightvnc failed connect server issue JonFeb 10, This can be done in the port forwarding section. B Super-Mod Posts: 2347Joined: 2009-09-09 14:05 Top Re: Failed to connect to server ! Reply from 126.96.36.199: Destination host unreachable.
Last edited by B on 2010-04-30 14:31, edited 1 time in total. So, before launching again a remote control, you may check in the services/process list that the "winvnc" task is not running at this tiime. Also, uncheck the box for query console on incoming connection. by JohnHace » 2010-04-29 16:24 B wrote:And keep in mind that wherever you run ChunkViewer from, it has to have a "Bin" subdirectory containing that chunkviewer.ini file.
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