The contents of the chunkviewer.ini are: [Repeater] Address=173.15.219.xxx:5901 [ChunkViewer] ListMax=10 List=664598|760005|915162|915162|915162|915162|915162|555666|555666|402650 Quality=3 The contents of the chunkvnc.ini are: [Repeater] Address=173.15.219.xxx:5500 [ChunkVNC] Installed=0 Path= ID= The contents of the settings.txt are strange Even from the same machine that is able to, at the same time, reach the repeater with InstantSupport ?Makes no sense. it definitely would register a repeater hit even if the DSM stuff were completely screwed up, right? http://www.chunkvnc.com - ChunkVNC - Free PC Remote control with the Open Source UltraVNC wrapper InstantSupport! this content
I'd really appreciate your help. This needs to be done on both machines. Indeed, it turned out to be some client-specific issue. Simple, Free, Open Source UltraVNC Wrapper Supporting Windows and Mac OSX. http://www.uvnc.com/onlinehelp/15.html
Any ideas? Then run the ChunkVNC viewer from that SAME STATION. When I launch the ChunkViewer, the Using: shows the correct IP address with :5901 appended. I assumethis is the case given that gotomyvnc checks out fine.
For some reason however, the ports 3389 and 5900 are still closed. Even from the same machine that is able to, at the same time, reach the repeater with InstantSupport ? It could be that your firewall ( like the buildin MS firewall) block outgoing traffic based on application. Ultravnc Failed To Connect To Server Windows 7 Something seems to be blocking the outgoing connection on the viewer computer.
Thanks. Hmmm... supercoe Super-Mod Posts: 1735Joined: 2009-07-20 21:27Location: Walker, MN Website Top Re: Failed to connect to server ! http://forum.ultravnc.info/viewtopic.php?t=17889 I usually get in trouble with previous installations of the server.When you run the ChunkViewer, what does it show on the bottom after "Using:" ? (Feel free to censor the name/IP
I'm willing to work with you over Gtalk if you want me to test your repeater. Vnc Connection Refused 10061 You May Also Like How to Connect to a VNC A Virtual Network Computer (VNC) Server allows another computer to connect to the server via a network connection. ... by supercoe » 2010-04-29 17:31 B, Sorry, don't know where that came from?? Let me know if I need to clarify any of this or add to it.
http://www.chunkvnc.com - ChunkVNC - Free PC Remote control with the Open Source UltraVNC wrapper InstantSupport! http://www.pointdev.com/en/faq/faq-ideal-administration-failed-to-connect-to-server-vnc-id-418.html If the ChunkViewer directory was moved before compiling it wouldn't have the correct repeater IP address. Vnc Failed To Connect To Server Last edited by supercoe on 2010-04-28 22:55, edited 1 time in total. The Connection Was Refused By The Host Computer Vnc Viewer Telnet is allow, vncviewer is blocked.
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, news Request timed out. Select the VNC Server service box and click "OK". by JohnHace » 2010-04-30 17:49 supercoe wrote:Settings look good. Timed Out Waiting For A Response From The Host Computer Vnc Viewer
by B » 2010-04-29 19:28 I finally filled in my previous post above. Vnc Failed To Connect To Server Linux I unblocked the TightVNC Server software on my Vista box, and opened ports number 5800 and 5900. Type "x.x.x.x::1234" in the "VNC Server:" field of the VNC Viewer, replacing "x.x.x.x" with the IP address of the VNC Server, and "1234" with the VNC service port number, and press
Swap roles and see if you have the same problem when the current Viewer acts as the server, and vice versa. Please try to enter another port number (right click on the remote host , Remote control, Configurer, Connection tab). by JohnHace » 2010-04-30 23:03 supercoe and b, I owe you both a huge apology. Ultravnc Failed To Connect To Server Windows 10 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
Request timed out. This issue is fixed in VNC 5.0.3. Another solution is to make sure that your cable or dsl modems do not have a firewall active in them. check my blog To resolve this error it is then suggested to follow the steps in Timed out waiting for a response from the host computer, and How do I connect to another computer
Your InstantSupport would be running from a temp directory... This will indicate your general vicinity but won't necessarily tell anyone where you are. If you don't start the InstantSupport first, and just have the repeater running, and then try a viewer, does that register at the repeater? If necessary you should kill this task, then relaunch the connection.
I don't know where to start to resolve this. Reply from 188.8.131.52: Destination host unreachable. Any idea what the problem might be?ThanksRoger Ask a new question Read More Connection Servers Windows XP Related Resources Windows dns server vista DNS server isn't responding Can't Connect to School JohnHace 8 Posts: 20Joined: 2010-04-28 21:58 Top Re: Failed to connect to server !
Online Help Failed to connect to server This is a general error that indicate the server could not be reached. When I try toestablish a connection from a client, it will pause for maybe 10seconds and then return with a "Failed to connect to server" dialog.The puzzling thing is that I Type "netstat --bn" on the command line and press the "Enter" key. The other DSMPlugin message seemed sporadic.
Click on the VNC service once, then click the "Start" link. Press the "Enter" key. This can be done in the port forwarding section. by JohnHace » 2010-04-29 13:32 I got "success" on both 5901 and 5500 from the repeater computer.
The Windows Firewall configuration window will appear. Note: An older cause of this error can be: when the machine is very slow, the UI process exits with a MsgBox if it can't connect back to the server within If no one is sitting at the computer you want to control, you will get the timeout message you have been getting.Also make sure you are specifying a password that must Sign In Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign in anonymously Sign In Forgot your password?