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  1. #1
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    Hi,

    Does anyone have any experince with pc anywhere 10.5?

    Is it possible to have multiple hosts on a lan and be able to connect to each of them through tcp/ip?

    I could do it by connecting to the computer with the modem, and from there pc anywhere to the other computers over teh lan.

    setup up port fowarding so each of the hosts has a speperate port.

    is there a proper way on how to do this?

    thanks,

    Jeza

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    yes it is possible
    although its probably easier to use the remote crontl thats built into xp

    just set them as network hosts the same way you would for a modem but select network instaed of modem.

    then you can just control them by typing in their ip or network name

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    You may be looking for something like this. It's FreeWare! :devil:
    :-(

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    I use the RealVNC. :thumb:
    Its pretty small file as comared to Anywhere PC. Plus its free, so thats always a plus

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    not only that, but if you enable the option, you can also control the computer via a java applet in a web browser, so you can control that comptuer on any other computer on the network :thumb:

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