On Sat, 12 Nov 2005, Dave Carlson wrote:

> On Saturday 12 November 2005 12:47, Mike Miller wrote:
>> I'm calling this OT because it isn't a Linux question, but it is a
>> computer question and there are some unixy elements to it.
> Your Linksys (WRT54G/WRT54GS) runs linux and iptables - and is probably 
> the barrier - so it's not that far off.
>> I cannot connect to the PC via VNC, but I also cannot ping it.  On the 
>> other hand, traceroute from outside the network finds it OK.  On the PC 
>> I see this kind of info from ipconfig /all:
> Are you talking about connecting to inside VNC from the outside world? 
> You _definitely_ shouldn't be able to do that without some configuring. 
> You have to go to Applications/Gaming, and open up your vnc port (often 
> 5900/tcp) to the machine you want to use.  Off of that, the router sets 
> up Destination NAT.

Thanks, Dave.  Yes, I am talking about connecting to inside VNC from the 
rest of the world.  How do I "go to Applications/Gaming"?  Is that on the 
Windows PC or on the router?