NOD32 - VNC Problem

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by aussiedean, Mar 17, 2007.

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  1. aussiedean

    aussiedean Registered Member

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    Hi there just wondering if NOD32 would be blocking the ports used to enable RealVNC to work. I have setup Port forwarding in the Modem router and allowed firewall (XP firewall) access for VNC yet I still can't access remote computer

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  2. The Hammer

    The Hammer Registered Member

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    You should post this in the NOD forum. Perhaps a moderator can move it.

    - Move, LowWaterMark ;)
     
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  3. greencoconut

    greencoconut Registered Member

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    nod32 is not a firewall, it should not be interfering. you have at remote computer a static ip, the router forwards vnc's port (default 5900) to that ip, and on remote computer set windows firewall to allow vnc to accept incoming connections?
     
  4. aussiedean

    aussiedean Registered Member

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    Hi there, I have allowed VNC as an exception within the Windows XP firewall.
    I will re-check some of the settings......

    Thanks Dean
     
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