Re: statistics on Fedora and RHEL usage

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On 20240513 05:35:46, ToddAndMargo via users wrote:
On 5/13/24 05:22, Michael D. Setzer II wrote:
A quick note. There is a reverse VNC option with VNC that uses
port 5500 (I believe). Been a while since I used it. It is a kind of
reverse VNC. In which the client makes the connection to your
host. So, it doesn't require the port mapping.

That is fascinating.  It would require an change in my iptables
to let its unestablished packets through.

One of the other things I like about remote assistance
software is that I can doodle on the screen.  I love to
make a YUGE red arrow to what they say does not exist
on their screens.  I love to hear them say "oh".

A lot of what I do is teaching and Any Desk really
helps with that.

If you are facing double NAT CloudFlare offers an excellent solution. Search for "cloudflare double nat". It is a proxy server that relies on using their DNS servers.

Good luck. I've not tried it yet. It looks good. Lots of people on reddit seem to like it.

{^_^}   Joanne

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