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Carsten Kurz
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Will a Doremi 2k4/Showvault listen for VNC connections on both ethernet ports, or only on one of them?

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Marco Giustini
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Some time ago someone told me only ETH0, but I believe it never happened to me. Maybe you want to make sure the latest VNC package is installed?

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Dave Macaulay
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Both. With current server software and VNC app, at least.

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Aleksandar Obradovic
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Carsten,

It will work on both ports but be careful with "content" ETH if you are ingesting some content over network. It can disrupt ingest or vnc can act strange. Maybe it is solved with new versions of software and vnc package but I can not confirm it.

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Brad Miller
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Definitely both ports, and I've never had any issues whatsoever with using either one, even during content transfer.

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Bob Ezra
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can someone direct me to the vnc app?
is it dcp2000_X11vnc-1.9.pkg ?

thanks

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Carsten Kurz
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from support.doremitechno.org:

>2017/01/09 New version of the optional package VNC 1.11

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Bob Ezra
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just what I needed

thanks

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