SCIII Repeater for Linux

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SCIII Repeater for Linux

Postby Thomaschaaf » 2011-02-08 15:02

Hello!

I have been reading the forums for 1.5 days now and understand many of the capabities ultraVNC has.
The problem I am faced with, is that there a MANY different links to repeaters. I am looking for the repeater with SCIII capabilities.

I have read that someone has rewritten the repeater.cpp (http://www.die-it-experten.de/fileadmin/repeater.cpp
). And have tried overwriting repeater.cpp from http://sunet.dl.sourceforge.net/project ... ter.tar.gz , but without luck because of errors being parsed. Also building the Repeater as is has not brought me any luck to get it working.

I would appreciate a link to the repeater I am searching for as well as a basic ini I will be needing. If I can get this up and running I will create a blog post detailing everything and thus giving back to the community :)

Greetings,
Thomas
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(All the VNC Repeaters?) Re: SCIII Repeater for Linux

Postby B » 2011-02-08 15:20

I am still confused about the repeater modes; I <b>think</b> mode III applies <b>only</b> to PCHelpware, which is closed source and, I think, no longer developed. At his helpful repeater explanation at Re: Understanding reverse connections using repeater supercoe considers modes I and III "legacy" (although he's not the repeater developer).

bevtech at How Do I get the source code for Single Click and PcHelpware seems to indicate that you can get the "SC or SC_SSL source code" by PMing Rudi, so that <b>might</b> mean the SCIII repeater source code you're looking for?

Edit: I assume you've already seen the repeater code variant at http://www.walkernerds.com/chunkvnc/ext ... ui-log.zip

The original repeater code used to be at http://ultravnc.svn.sourceforge.net/vie ... C/repeater but that whole directory is gone now!

Other repeater variants include one for Linux at http://koti.mbnet.fi/jtko/

and a repeater that allows "all" VNC viewers at http://code.google.com/p/vncrepeater/

and of course Karl's famous Perl repeater at http://www.karlrunge.com/x11vnc/ultravnc_repeater.pl

and an updated fork of it at http://www.vuware.com/chunkvnc/ultravnc_repeater.zip

and Karl's x11vnc has sort-of repeater capabilities at http://www.karlrunge.com/x11vnc/

and the original VNC reflector project is still at http://sourceforge.net/projects/vnc-reflector/
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Re: SCIII Repeater for Linux

Postby Thomaschaaf » 2011-02-08 19:48

Thank you in advance!

I am looking for a way to do computer A <-> NAT Router a <-> Repeater <-> NAT Router b <-> B.
I need a router which can be run on linux, windows is not an option :( Also the repeater need to run on 443 because of the firewall etc with clients.

As far as I have understood that would have been SCIII.

What are my options for that?
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Re: SCIII Repeater for Linux

Postby B » 2011-02-08 19:57

I really don't know; sorry! I would probably start with Rat's fork of Karl's Perl repeater and test. I know they support at least mode II, and might support III too, since they're based on the Windows code.

See also a thread I just started, which right now is just a reformatting of the above list: All VNC Repeaters

Another thing to consider -- assuming you control at least one side of the equation (the viewer) couldn't you use mode II? That is, you can allow all the various "servers" to connect on 443 (set it as the listening port on the repeater) while you as the viewer can connect on another port.

Also, you might want to keep an eye on the https proxy experiments:

ChunkVNC_https - proof of concept

and

ChunkVNC 3.2 HTTPS Test
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