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  • in reply to: Unable to connect from Windows 7 to Ubuntu 18.04 #25247
    Avatarkroy
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    If it’s your local network – you should use local IP and port 4000 (please take a look: https://www.nomachine.com/getting-started-with-nomachine). External IP and port (in your case 25.90.xx.xx:20564) should be used if you are connecting over internet. If this is your case and there shows connection timeout error it could be some router settings problem.

    Can you check if your router supports UPnP? Please verify also if 25.90.xx.xx indeed is your external IP (for example there: https://www.whatismyip.com/). If not – it looks that you have a double NAT networking. It means that NoMachine has to go through two or more routers. In that case you need to set up separate port forwarding rules on each device. If IP is the same you need to manually configure them: https://portforward.com/help/doublerouterportforwarding.html.

    It will be possible to skip these steps with NoMachine Network feature (https://www.nomachine.com/FR07J02731) which is coming soon.

    in reply to: Crouton XFCE on Chromebook #25189
    Avatarkroy
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    As you have in the link above: edit file rc.local (sudo vim /etc/rc.local) and add line:

    /sbin/iptables -P INPUT ACCEPT` to accept all inbound traffic

    or add to rc.local only NoMachine ports:

    /sbin/iptables -A INPUT -p udp -m multiport --dports 5353 -j ACCEPT
    /sbin/iptables -A INPUT -p tcp -m multiport --dports 4000 -j ACCEPT
    in reply to: Crouton XFCE on Chromebook #25185
    Avatarkroy
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    Probably iptables isn’t started after installation. You can logout from the xfce desktop and run and it again (startxfce4 or other command which you are using), then start nxserver sudo /usr/NX/bin/nxserver --start.

    in reply to: Crouton XFCE on Chromebook #25176
    Avatarkroy
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    Hi.
    Logs will no longer be necessary because it’s easily reproducible, but it is not NoMachine related.

    Please try that solution from crouton wiki: https://github.com/dnschneid/crouton/wiki/Running-servers-in-crouton.

    Install iptables:

    sudo apt-get install iptables

    When service would start – restart nxserver:

    sudo /usr/NX/bin/nxserver --restart

    Then you should be able to find your machine in the local network and connect there.

    in reply to: Client window stops updating after 10mins? #25174
    Avatarkroy
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    Do you have enabled “Prevent computer from sleeping automatically when the display is off” in the Mac Energy Saver settings? It looks like your computer is set to sleep after 10 minutes. To avoid this enable that option.

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    in reply to: No external ip address #25127
    Avatarkroy
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    What is your router model? Can you check if UPnP is enabled in router settings?

    If problem still appears enable logs on server side (https://www.nomachine.com/DT10O00162#1), restart nxserver, open CMD as an administrator and execute commands:

    cd %ProgramFiles(x86)%\NoMachine\bin
    nxserver --upnpmap

    and send output and collected logs to forum[at]nomachine[dot]com.

    Avatarkroy
    Contributor

    I cannot connect in either direction.

    Something have broken, earlier you wrote that you could connect from office to home. Maybe IP was changed. Are you sure that you chose properly address?

    Additionally please verify if the IP address which you are trying to connect is indeed that machine public IP (for example there: https://www.whatismyip.com/). If not – it could indicates that you have a double NAT networking. Which means that NoMachine has to go through two or more routers. In that case you need to set up separate port forwarding rules on each device.

    It will be possible to skip these steps with NoMachine Network feature (https://www.nomachine.com/FR07J02731) which is coming soon.

    in reply to: No external ip address #25114
    Avatarkroy
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    Sorry for that, it should be server.cfg file. It’s in the same place – InstallationDirectory/NoMachine/etc/.

    in reply to: No external ip address #25080
    Avatarkroy
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    Are you sure if you ware able to connect before update? If there wasn’t any changes with router configuration you should be still able to connect there.

    Can you check if there is EnableUPnP NX set in the node.cfg file? You can find it in InstallationDirectory/NoMachine/etc/ folder and edit as text file. If there is “none” value or it is commented out (line is beginning with # char) – you need set there “NX” value or uncomment key (delete # from line beginning). Then restart nxserver (click on NoMachine icon on the system tray -> Show the service status -> Restart the nxserver)

    If this is not the case, please open cmd as an administrator, navigate to InstallationDirectory/NoMachine/bin and execute command nxserver --upnpstatus. It should print External IP and port which you should use to connect.

    in reply to: Problems connecting to office PC from Windows 10 at home #25048
    Avatarkroy
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    Do you have enabled UPnP function on the office router? If yes – you should follow instructions from “Using NoMachine for remote access to a computer over the internet” section on the https://www.nomachine.com/getting-started-with-nomachine. If no – you should ask administrator of your office network to forward port manually.

    If you have permission to change your router configuration, you can just enable UPnP or forward port manually by passing traffic to port 4000 (NX protocol). Follow your router instruction to know how to do that (guide you can also find in the internet, for example from there: https://portforward.com/asus/rt-ac68p/).

    in reply to: Iphone to Mac Pro connection problem #24944
    Avatarkroy
    Contributor

    Still you can get IP from there: https://www.nomachine.com/DT10O00155#2 (it should be done on remote machine). When connecting on local network – the server should be listed on connection list in the nxplayer on the connecting client (https://www.nomachine.com/finding-other-nomachine-computers-on-the-same-network). If client is on other network – you need to use external IP and port to connect.

     

    in reply to: Iphone to Mac Pro connection problem #24938
    Avatarkroy
    Contributor

    Is it the same network? If yes – you need to connect on local IP, It you want to connect over internet. Take a look to the “Using NoMachine for remote access to a computer over the internet” section on https://www.nomachine.com/getting-started-with-nomachine.

    in reply to: Using cellular data to connect to NoMachine? #24920
    Avatarkroy
    Contributor

    Are you using external IP and port to connect?

    Please refer to the instructions in “Using NoMachine for remote access to a computer over the internet” (https://www.nomachine.com/getting-started-with-nomachine) to get external IP and port.

    Perfect solution for you may also be NoMachine Network feature (https://www.nomachine.com/FR07J02731) which is coming soon.

    in reply to: Using cellular data to connect to NoMachine? #24877
    Avatarkroy
    Contributor

    There shouldn’t be any problem to connect if you are using a mobile network on the client side. The only condition is that you must have installed NoMachine on the server side and configured to have access to the desktop over the internet (https://www.nomachine.com/AR11L00827).

    in reply to: No audio with NoMachine Workstation #24832
    Avatarkroy
    Contributor

    Which audio framework do you have installed? Please try use workaround from the article:

    https://www.nomachine.com/AR11P01006.

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