That seems to be the missing feature on PDAs. Since Windows Mobile devices are becomming more and more popular, some sort of access to devices behind a corporate firewall would be great.
Right now our options (that I know of) are:
Original VNC Viewer (No Repeater / SSH Support)
VNC Viewer.NET (No Repeater / SSH Support)
MochaVNC (No Repeater Support) No Plans, I spoke with the devloper and was told good luck finding a product to do this. With SSH, there isn't a way to save preferences per connection.
PVTVNC WM5 (No Repeater / SSH Support)
That's just what I was looking for: SSH port forwarding / tunneling support for my boss's Palm Treo 700w Smartphone with Windows Mobile 5 (ugh). Actually, I think every VNC client (even for desktops) should integrate SSH port forwarding.
My God YES! Please someone port the viewer even. I'm a one man IT services factory and now that finally have gotten a WM6 phone, uVNC just HAS to live there with association ability to connect to my many clients at the touch of an icon.
Id be super super interested in ultravnc for my winmo phone. Mainly because of support for encryption. I currently run ultravnc server on all my machines, but rely on logmein.com to access one particular machine from operating systems like windows mobile, or where i dont have privelages to install stuff, like on my linux machine at work.