This would not work for me because the device on the other end is a workstation. The reason behind this need is, I have an Xwindows app that I need to be able to access from a NAT'd portion of my network. I have two networks and the corp network is NAT'd to my clients network in order to access their network resources. This works great exept for when I need to provide the corp network with the x windows services. When accessing those services I need to export the display back to my desktop. This works fine on the Non-NAT'd network, but on the NAT'd network the application fails to export the display. Is there anyway to map the X windows Port to the NAT's Address to allow the display to be exported.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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