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Apr
2
comment Using reverse SSH to connect two clients over one server
I guess the issue I have is that I don't know how to manage these connections. How does the Controller Client know what remote clients it can connect to? How would the server deal with 20, 50 or 500 machines like this?
Apr
2
comment Using reverse SSH to connect two clients over one server
I've added a diagram that hopefully clears it up a little
Apr
2
revised Using reverse SSH to connect two clients over one server
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Apr
2
comment Using reverse SSH to connect two clients over one server
the firewall (or router) is preventing inbound connection, meaning all connection needs to be outbound
Apr
1
asked Using reverse SSH to connect two clients over one server
Sep
27
asked Win 7 started optimizing folders to general items. How do I get it to stop?
Aug
15
asked VNC (or RDP) server using outbound connection only
Jan
23
accepted Large-scale system management
Jan
22
comment Large-scale system management
also I should mention, this is more of a kiosk application, where a machine can be far away on an unknown network. SiteKiosk/Remote has had that advantage that as long as the ports are not blocked, vnc connection happened easily because all connections were outbound.
Jan
21
comment Large-scale system management
I'm using windows, but if the right tool can do all that in Linux, I'd consider saving on license fees
Jan
21
asked Large-scale system management
Jan
14
awarded  Famous Question
Nov
15
comment Menu select item stuck on screen after context or command menu has closed
worked for me, too bad it reset my theme
Jul
31
answered Why is my Windows Firewall allowing connections from IP addresses other than which I specified?
Jul
10
comment What's that web browser diagnostic site?
this page shows a lot of in-depth info, like open ports... very useful
Jul
10
comment What's that web browser diagnostic site?
lots of info about css3 and html5 support, but like @PatrickMcElhaney pointed out no Cookies, and that's the most important part
Apr
5
comment uvnc - connecting to a nat without port forwarding
sitekiosk is using uvnc though, so it's possible using uvnc.com
Apr
5
comment uvnc - connecting to a nat without port forwarding
sitekiosk, like the others you mentioned relies on outbound traffic
Apr
3
comment uvnc - connecting to a nat without port forwarding
I'm not sure how they handle it... this is some of the info they provide "On the SiteKiosk Client machine: The Teredo version requires at least UDP 3544 (out), which will enable you to connect to clients within the same network, for machines outside the same network all outbound UDP traffic must be allowed. The repeater version requires TCP 5500 (out), UDP 55901 (out) and UDP 55900 (in). "
Apr
3
asked uvnc - connecting to a nat without port forwarding