Re: spice protocal connection issue

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On Thu, Oct 12, 2023 at 9:43 PM Victor Toso <victortoso@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Wed, Oct 11, 2023 at 04:31:56PM +0800, 王雪松 wrote:
> Hi:
> I have a question. Within the same local area network, I can
> freely access the virtual machine using Spice, but other
> machines often fail to connect.

This should be a matter of can or cannot. You either have access
to the host:port from where spice server is running, or you

> It takes dozens of attempts sometimes to successfully establish
> a connection. I'd like to know the reason behind this.

Me too. Do you run behind a proxy? Any other devices in between
that might be doing something with the network?

Additionally, the network may be too slow and timeouts occur.

> Could it be due to a caching mechanism or some restrictions
> that limit other people's login access? Thank you.
Not really. If a user is logged in and a second one tries to log,
the second one gets access while the first one is disconnected.

I don't remember any settings that would change that behavior.

Probably does not count as "settings", but the monitor-command
set_password has an option to fail if a client is already connected.


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