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P-154: CentOS/KVM Server Online, Ready for Remote Testing!

by on Jan.01, 2015, under Servers and Networking

I have finished configuring the CentOS/KVM server, and I believe I have successfully exposed it to the internet.
I have checked that the VNC ports are forwarded, and THIS website reports that the port is successfully forwarded and a VNC server is present.

I now need to test the server.

My external IP is: 86.47.6.3  I currently don’t have a static IP, but this should be fine for testing. I will probably use DynDNS or a similiar service to create a static IP in the future, or purchase one from my ISP. The VNC port that the server is on is 5900.

I have been using THIS free program to access the server remotely, it supports both VNC and SPICE, and there are versions for both Linux and 32 and 64 bit Windows.

To access my remote server using this program, use the following command:

vnc://86.47.6.3:5900

The password to login to the windows desktop is:

3LC9G3

(All upper case)

There is a text document on the desktop which I have called “Access log“. If you can successfully connect to the server, add some text to this log.

I’m still in the process of testing/configuring/upgrading the server, (It needs a lot more RAM for a start) so it may be slow or unreliable, and not T3D or Software development support is yet installed, but the networking seems to be mostly done for now.

 

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