Fabre wrote:I have been struggling with this for a couple of days now and after reading countless webpages on the subject, I still figure it out.
I am running a Linux guest (DSL) on a Windows XP host.
The guest is running VNCserver and is able to connect to itself (vncviewer localhost:5901)
While I how to VNC to a machine on a same network, how do I connect to guest?
Is there a way of forwarding the port so 192.168.10:5901 will redirect to 10.0.2.5:5901?
jsh123 wrote:Yes, Fedora has the same GUI. It is under System/Preferences/Internet and Network/Remote Desktop. Currently set for allow users to view and allow users to control on the general tab. Advanced tab setting use port 5900 and no wallpaper.
I can connect to the VB Fedora guest with telnet, ssh, http, https, and ftp. so the network settings appear correct. just wondering how to see if it is OpenSolaris host or Fedora VNC that is messing up on the connection?
jsh123 wrote:Weird, but that did it. system-config-firewall add ports.
I wonder why it is needed for a guest in virtualbox...
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