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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. For example enter the port 5901, then try again by lauching the remote control. Some netstats and the aforementioned telnet probing wouldn't hurt either. Report • #3 paulsep December 13, 2009 at 14:21:23 Yes, correct. have a peek here

When I try to launch the remote control with TightVNC, I get the "Failed to connect to server" message, and I can't take the control of the remote host.What can I Then run the ChunkVNC viewer from that SAME STATION. I think the overhead and other implications would be minimal, compared to the benefits. (Even better would be if the EXE managed to incorporate the settings and plugins without the need Thanks.

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is it really running? Please try to enter another port number (right click on the remote host , Remote control, Configurer, Connection tab). It could be that your firewall ( like the buildin MS firewall) block outgoing traffic based on application. that did also happend to me some time ago :) ..when i used vnc on a regular basis,..

  1. I had to reinstall and then uninstall again and chunkviewer worked the first try.
  2. From another computer on the dsl, we open the viewer.
  3. 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.
  4. For some reason however, the ports 3389 and 5900 are still closed.
  5. i am not sure what I am doing wrong.
  6. http://www.chunkvnc.com - ChunkVNC - Free PC Remote control with the Open Source UltraVNC wrapper InstantSupport!

http://www.chunkvnc.com - ChunkVNC - Free PC Remote control with the Open Source UltraVNC wrapper InstantSupport! I would want to see exactly what's in the repeater's settings.txt file, the ChunkVNC's chunkvnc.ini file, and the viewer's chunkviewer.ini file, as well as a complete map of ip addressing and Is it possible for you to copy the Viewer folder to a different machine and test if you can get an ID to show up in the Repeater log from there? Vnc Viewer Timed Out Waiting For A Response From The Host Computer This site is powered by Askbot. (GPLv3 or later; source).

That would mitigate some of this kind of thing. Ultravnc Failed To Connect To Server Windows 10 Sign in here. When I rebooted, it seemed to be gone. To make sure that the problem is with the connection to your repeater why don't you try a ready to run version of ChunkVNC:http://www.walkernerds.com/chunkvnc/Chu ... _Swiss.zipJust run InstantSupport, this will connect

In the meantime, I will try it from a> couple of different clients just to make sure it's not a client> problem.> > Thanks again for your advice!> > Sergio.> > Tightvnc Failed To Connect To Server Thanks. What this means is that the PC you are trying to connect to is waiting at a pop-up box for someone to click OK to accept the incoming VNC request. The hangup for me was that 'vncserverproxyclientaddress' is a setting for the compute process and is the address of the compute process that is accessible to the novncproxy process on the

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JohnHace 8 Posts: 20Joined: 2010-04-28 21:58 Top Re: Failed to connect to server ! Nothing hits the log from any viewer. Ultravnc Failed To Connect To Server Windows 7 I'd suggest switching to Avira antivirus, much better protection, lighter on resources and still free (for home use). Vnc Viewer Connection Refused By Host Computer CanYouSeeMe showed both ports open.

I'm launching from the original location of the Viewer folder and it does have the "Bin" subdirectory. http://arnoldtechweb.com/failed-to/vncserver-failed-to-connect-to-server-ubuntu.html Makes no sense. I had originally set it on the nonvcproxy side and to its IP, which was wrong. Edit: Here's another thought, as long as we're throwing darts. Ultravnc Failed To Get Server Address

Report • Start a discussion Related Solutions› [Solved] Failed to connect to a windows service › unable to connect to server › [Solved] Can only connect to ports 80 and 443? Last edited by B on 2010-04-29 16:18, edited 1 time in total. JohnHace 8 Posts: 20Joined: 2010-04-28 21:58 Top Re: Failed to connect to server ! http://arnoldtechweb.com/failed-to/ultravnc-viewer-failed-to-connect-to-server.html Or do you mean that now you're getting a "failed to connect" message only, again?

B Super-Mod Posts: 2347Joined: 2009-09-09 14:05 Top Re: Failed to connect to server ! Gvncviewer Failed To Connect To Server If you look at post Quick port question?!?!? The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.

Same result.

The number shows in the log at the repeater. Finally, NetBIOS name resolution between your admin computer and the remote machine must be perfect. Reply from 194.7.90.33: Destination host unreachable. Vnc Connection Failed Failed To Connect To Localhost/127.0.0.1 (port 5900) Telnet is allow, vncviewer is blocked.

I really appreciate all of your effort. Thanks for helping. This happens without any connection attempt to VNC Server from VNC Viewer. http://arnoldtechweb.com/failed-to/ultra-vnc-info-failed-to-connect-to-server.html Thanks.

And here's a much simpler test you should try. Chinese English ▼ Hi there! In the meantime, I will try it from acouple of different clients just to make sure it's not a clientproblem.Thanks again for your advice!Sergio. B Super-Mod Posts: 2347Joined: 2009-09-09 14:05 Top Re: Failed to connect to server !

Try to temporal disable the firewall to check this it. by JohnHace » 2010-04-29 18:32 We just tried moving the repeater to another computer (on the same network as the first). Please check the name and try again. If it does not: Open the \Viewer\Bin\chunkviewer.ini file in notepad and modify: Code: Select all[Repeater]
Address=repeater.ip.here:5901 http://www.chunkvnc.com - ChunkVNC - Free PC Remote control with the Open Source UltraVNC wrapper InstantSupport!

Like I said, try uninstalling ZoneAlarm. Good luck. After compiling just the viewer folder can be copied to the technicians machines if you don't want to give them the full ChunkVNC package. I would want to see exactly what's in the repeater's settings.txt file, the ChunkVNC's chunkvnc.ini file, and the viewer's chunkviewer.ini file, as well as a complete map of ip addressing and