[PVE-User] vnc question

Guy guy at britewhite.net
Fri Jan 30 08:36:15 CET 2009


over SSH that's really really easy.

just open up a terminal (on a mac), and enter this:

ssh ssh-host -L 12000:proxmox-server:443 -L 5900:proxmox-server:5900 - 
L 5901:proxmox-server:5901 -L 5902:proxmox-server:5902

to connect to the system just webbrowse to https://localhost:12000,  
you should then be able to access the web VNC as normal for up to  
three services if you want more just keep adding the "-L 590x:proxmox- 
server:590x" where x is the next number up.

Enjoy.

--Guy

On 30 Jan 2009, at 03:43, Mykel at mWare.ca wrote:

> Shain Miley wrote:
>>
>> Hello,
>> Sometimes I have issues using the built in vnc console link on the  
>> status tab.  This problem exists on my end and is not a proxmox  
>> issue...however I was wondering if I have the ability to use an  
>> external vnc viewer when this happends?
>> If I can...can someone provide some details and how to do  
>> so...assuming a VMID of 105 for example.
>>
>
> Wait wait... Don't tell me! You're using Firefox?
>
> This never works for me in Firefox on my Macs. Using Opera or Safari  
> works just fine tho. Dunno about MSIE.
>
> Also, I'd love to be able to able to directly access the VNC console  
> via VPN or SSH tunnel... any tips here would be appreciated too.
>
> Myke
>
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