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Re: remote XDMCP sessions



It does work when the laptop are on the lan.  The only 
reason I did not think it was a firewall setting was 
because I am able to get remote XDMCP connections 
through VPN to HP-UX systems with no problems.
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> On 19-Sep-2002/19:28 +0000, tells mchsi com wrote:
> >I have a system configured to allow any system to do a 
> >remote XDMCP connection.  This works fine when I am on 
> >the internal network.  Some users use VPN from home to 
> >connect to our network.  These users are unable to 
> >connect to a Red Hat Linux system with exceed.  However, 
> >they have no problems going to other UNIX systems, like 
> >HP-UX.  I was unable to find any logs as to why this is 
> >not working.  The only thing that I could think of was 
> >the X server may not allow connection from hosts if it 
> >was unable to resolve the IP address.  I have this 
> >problem on all of my Red Hat systems that are configured 
> >for XDMCP.  Does anyone know where I could find logs as 
> >to why the connection is not allowed or if there is any 
> >configuration settings what would prevent a connection?  
> 
> Does it work when the laptops are physically on the LAN?
> 
> Is there a firewall setting that may be causing the problem?
> 
> Tony
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