Connect to a Repeater as a Service

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Connect to a Repeater as a Service

Postby b00gz » 2009-12-30 01:52

Is it possible to have an always on connection to a repeater? Ideally I want to be able to install Ultra VNC and have it auto connect to a specified repeater then I would like to be able to view a list of connected computers (via computername and public ip address) to the repeater so I can pick which computer I would like to connect to. This would be ideal for my situation is this possible? If not is any part of this possible?
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Re: Connect to a Repeater as a Service

Postby JDaus » 2009-12-30 14:06

short answer ... yes

at least some of it is possible. look for "service_commandline" in the ultravnc.ini.

this setting allows you to send commanline arguements to the winvnc.exe running in service mode. in sort, do what you want.

the specific commands to connect to your server, you should be able to work out from the documentation
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Re: Connect to a Repeater as a Service

Postby doveletchan » 2010-01-09 15:34

b00gz wrote:Is it possible to have an always on connection to a repeater? Ideally I want to be able to install Ultra VNC and have it auto connect to a specified repeater then I would like to be able to view a list of connected computers (via computername and public ip address) to the repeater so I can pick which computer I would like to connect to. This would be ideal for my situation is this possible? If not is any part of this possible?


Hi b00gz,

Do you know how to configure a client PC always connect to the repeater? I want to do it also but I don't know how to do. Please advise if you can do it. Thanks.

If anyone know how to do it, please also advise. Many Thanks.

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Re: Connect to a Repeater as a Service

Postby redge » 2010-01-10 05:32

doveletchan wrote:Do you know how to configure a client PC always connect to the repeater? I want to do it also but I don't know how to do.


you need ultravnc server running as service system

JDaus wrote:at least some of it is possible. look for "service_commandline" in the ultravnc.ini.



[admin]
service_commandline=-autoreconnect ID:1234 -connect hostrepeater:5500


doc ultravnc.ini
http://support1.uvnc.com:8080/index.php?section=16

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Re: Connect to a Repeater as a Service

Postby supercoe » 2010-01-10 06:26

Currently it is not possible to view a list of of ID's connected to the repeater.
Rudi is working on updating the repeater to add this functionality.
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Re: Connect to a Repeater as a Service

Postby gwengineering » 2020-01-06 06:39

Hello. Does anyone know if this ever became a feature? Thanks.

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Re: Connect to a Repeater as a Service

Postby Rudi De Vos » 2020-01-09 20:21

If you connect to the repeater webgui, you can see all waiting servers and viewers
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Re: Connect to a Repeater as a Service

Postby gwengineering » 2020-01-15 09:01

Thanks Rudi. I'll try that.

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