jnw at realvnc
Jun 23, 2009, 6:12 AM
Post #1 of 1
VNC Viewers accept server specifications in the forms:
(1) treats the number following the colon as a "display" number if it is in the range 0-99, and as a port otherwise.
(2) always treats the number following the colons as a port.
Wez @ RealVNC Ltd
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> Hi there
> I wanted to operate my system on non standart port (due to Firewall
> and discovered that i cant operate it on port under 100
> the server operate ok on the ports lower then 100 and respond to
> but the viewer dont operate it probebly
> connect on other port
> of course that i operated it with the hostname:port as suggested in
> doc ...
> Is there any work arround ?
> i need to operate it on ports lower then 100
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