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February 26, 2018 at 08:27 in reply to: Could not connect to the server. Error is 11001: Host not found #17647
Btw, does each of my post have to through moderation or is there some sort of confidence that kicks in after a few posts?
Thanks.February 26, 2018 at 08:08 in reply to: Could not connect to the server. Error is 11001: Host not found #17645
So is NoMachine working for you? Did you check our article in the searchable KB about port-forwarding? https://www.nomachine.com/AR11L00827
Yes it is working. But I must add that it’s not as simple as led to believe.
There aren’t explanations to let you know why you might not see the machine from a distance because of PNP. Port forwarding isn’t everybody’s cup of tea.
Also, I have another very weird issue. Icon in tray is showing multiple views sometimes in the tens (see image). Task viewer shows multiple instances at once. What’s the problem?
Attachments:February 19, 2018 at 09:06 in reply to: Could not connect to the server. Error is 11001: Host not found #17546
I just found the solution. The problem is that the router must have Universal Plug and Play(UPnP) functionality for network devices.
Enable UPnP IG.
2) Is there a way to reboot from a distance?
Thanks.February 16, 2018 at 22:05 in reply to: Could not connect to the server. Error is 11001: Host not found #17544
Click on ‘Show the service status’. Do you see two IP addresses? Like I mentioned, no I don’t. No dongles with USB.
Both machines use an ISP one with DSL and the other with cable.
My computer has a cable connection. Like I mentioned at first I saw nx://188.8.131.52.128:29382 (not mine EXAMPLE) 🙂
Then, it was gone. All I saw was the first type of IP 192.168.0.1 (Example).
Thanks for your helpFebruary 16, 2018 at 16:00 in reply to: Could not connect to the server. Error is 11001: Host not found #17537
Thank you for the response.
From the screenshot the IP you are connecting is an IP address for LAN – local network. The public IP address usually will usually be a longer number. (see image below, taken from the Guide I just mentioned) You will need account credentials on that computer to be able to access it.
I don’t understand. NoMachine shows you the IP. By public IP you mean nx://184.108.40.206.128:29382. My machine showed me that type of IP once and then it disappeared. How do I get that type of IP? I won’t see that type of IP even if I ask for the ipconfig. I have the account credentials.
Now, if I can’t get that type of connection working between 2 machines 5 miles apart, how can I get them working with an enterprise account?
Also, I find it aggravating using the other type of desktop connections, because I help a lot of friends over those connections and then they want me to buy a licence at a price I really can’t afford because I am not a company.
Thanks for your help.February 15, 2018 at 18:16 in reply to: Could not connect to the server. Error is 11001: Host not found #17511
Thanks for the response.
I have installed the latest free version at home. I installed latest free version on another machine at a friend’s place to test internet connections (like Teamviewer). TV is an ID and a password but NoMachine seems to only be an nxcode and ip and login with user password.
I copied the nx IP from the machine (sse image) and placed it on my machine. I created a connection and I get the message above. Error is 11001: Host not found.
It should be simple to connect between 2 computers over the net? I think 🙂