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Subject: Re: Re[2]: VNC
From: "Barry" gbl@.......
Date: Tue, 8 Jan 2002 21:24:54 -0800

To all
   I got my win xp computer (viewer) to view& control  my win98
computer(server). It works great! I used private addresses : & with a subnet mask of
Thanks all

ps Now I need to connect to the computer in the garage where the sensors are
and hopefully view SDR running . I also need to read how I could access the
server(s) from the internet.

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2002 6:59 AM
Subject: Re: Re[2]: VNC

> On Mon, 7 Jan 2002 20:51:37 -0800 "Barry"  writes:
> > Angel
> >     Thanks. I guess when I try to run VNC it may be apparent.
> It may not. The older Windows network setup often only utilized
> Netbeui and IPX. Check in your network setup and make sure
> you are running the TCP/IP protocol. You can run it in addition
> to the others. If you have a computer connected to a router or
> cable modem, and it has "Server assigned" or "automatic" for
> the IP settings, you will have to add another network adapter
> to connect on your local LAN, since the WEB connection IP
> settings could change from time to time. If you have no IP set
> up on your LAN, there are published standards available on the
> WEB for various IP schemes for private and public networks.
> One range recommended for private LAN use is,
> and the "xxx" can be any value between 0 and 255. So you can
> set your LAN up with your WEB computer at and
> the others at,, etc. If you do have a
> WEB connected computer, you can share that connection with
> the other computers on the LAN. The easiest way is to run
> Windows ME on that computer, which has internet connection
> sharing built in, and a nice set-up utility that makes it easy to
> set up your other computers to share the connection.
> Tom
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