TeamViewer on Linux
kauer at biplane.com.au
Sun Dec 6 00:20:19 UTC 2015
On Sat, 2015-12-05 at 15:47 +0200, Catalin Soare wrote:
> So, in essence, Teamviewer isn't properly being forwarded through X over
That is the problem, yes. I can get to it via VNC or something, but I
don't understand why ssh isn't working.
> Initially I thought you wanted something like a Teamviewer "server" to
> which you can connect from anywhere, and which you could use to connect to
> all systems inside the LAN. Something similar to a VNC over vpn?
That is EXACTLY what I want - except for the "inside the LAN" bit. Leave
that bit out. One of TeamViewer's strengths is that it gets around NAT
(by having a rendezvous server, which is why it's insecure). VNC
doesn't, otherwise I would just VNC directly to all the hosts I need
access to. I want the TeamViewer client on my local LAN for that reason,
but from there I can get to any TeamViewer host.
Karl Auer (kauer at biplane.com.au)
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