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Remote Access. Done by: Liana Irawan Nan Xing Metasebya Tsige Yu-chieh Tseng. What is Remote Access?. The ability to get accesses to a computer or a network from a remote distance Used for telecommuters accessing to the corporations’ network, home users accessing Internet.

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Remote access

Remote Access

Done by:

Liana Irawan

Nan Xing

Metasebya Tsige

Yu-chieh Tseng


What is remote access
What is Remote Access?

  • The ability to get accesses to a computer or a network from a remote distance

  • Used for telecommuters accessing to the corporations’ network, home users accessing Internet


Methods of remote access
Methods of Remote Access

  • Dial – up connection over regular telephone line is the common method

  • Dedicated line between a computer and a remote LAN, is more expensive and less flexible, but is faster

  • ISDN combines dial-up connection with a faster data transfer


What is good
What is Good?

  • Easy to install

  • Good for IT professional deal with people who have difficult conversations on the computer environments

  • Manage your network servers easier


3 remote assess control software
3 remote assess/control software

  • GoToMyPC

    • What is GoToMyPC

    • Good and bad points of GoToMyPC

    • Setup

    • Security

  • VNC

    • What is VNC

    • Server overview

    • Network setup

  • TightVNC

    • Old window version

    • Windows XP

    • Features of TightVNC


What is gotomypc
What is GoToMyPC?

  • GoToMyPC is one of the remote access options

  • It is simply the fastest, easiest and most secure way to access a PC remotely

  • It features on-the-fly access from any location connected to the Internet and the highest level of security.

  • It allows us to work on our office PCs from home

  • Increase flexibility and productivity by allowance in access of files, programs and networks in an easy, secure access from anywhere


Good points of gotomypc
Good Points of GoToMyPC

  • Easy setup

  • Better security features

  • Built in management features


Setup
Setup

  • Go to the GoToMyPC site at www.gotomypc.com

  • Register, download and install GoToMyPC on your Internet-connected host computer.

  • Remotely access your computer from any PC with a Web browser at GoToMyPC with no additional software to install

  • Begin working on your host computer as if you were sitting in front of it. You can immediately access your email, applications, documents and network resources.


Security
Security

  • Its traffic is encrypted with Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) 128-bit encryption using a secure challenge-response password authentication protocol.

  • It removes the motivation for users to install no secure modems on their PCs, since they use their existing internet connection.

  • Screen Blanking

  • Keyboard Locking


Bad points of gotomypc
Bad Points of GoToMyPC

  • Needs broadband connections for best performance

  • Relatively more expensive than other remote access options


Things we can do with gotomypc
Things we can do with GoToMyPC

  • Transfer files back and forth.

  • Print from your remote PC to a local printer.

  • Access your PC from another PC, Mac, Linux or Unix.

  • Invite others to share your PC to collaborate or do demos... and much more.


What is vnc
What is VNC?

  • VNC stands for Virtual Network Computing

  • A remote control software thru TCP/IP protocol

  • Commonly used on Windows or Unix system.

  • Development by AT&T Laboratories Cambridge


Getting started with vnc
Getting Started with VNC

  • Consisted two components

    • Server

    • Viewer

  • Advantage

    • Free download

      • Download at http://realvnc.com/

    • Small program

    • Easy to install & operate


Server properties view
Server Properties View

  • Setup Properties

    • Setup Password

    • Disable Remote keyboard & Pointer

    • Disable Local keyboard & Pointer

  • Default Display Port Number would be 0 & Auto



Viewer remote controller
Viewer (Remote Controller)

  • Enter remote IP address or Host name

  • Password Authentication

    • Successfully connect

    • Fail to connect

  • One workstation to many servers


Network setup
Network Setup

  • Direct Connection

    • No additional setup

    • Connect to IP address directly

  • Network Under Router (Linksys, Dlink…)

    • Setup port number 5500 or 5900 on Forwarding Service.

  • Find out what is IP address

    • Ipconfig, Email heading, netstat….


What is tightvnc
What is TightVNC?

  • It includes a lot of new features, improvements, optimizations and bugfixes over the original of VNC version .

  • It is still free, cross-platform and compatible with the standard VNC.

  • It can be used to perform remote control and administration tasks in Windows and mixed network environments.

  • It can be very helpful in distance learning and remote customer support


Old windows version
Old Windows Version

  • Most of today's internet uses IPv4, which is now nearly twenty years old

  • both client (VNCviewer) and Server (WinVNC) were changed to support Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) as transport protocol.


Windows xp
Windows XP

  • IPv6 is the "next generation" protocol designed by the IETF to replace the current version Internet Protocol, IP Version 4 ("IPv4").

  • In the actual IPv6 release only one protocol is supported at the same time, it means that TightVNC only works in IPv4 or IPv6 at time.

  • If XP has the IPv6 support installed, the server run under IPv6

  • Due to the Microsoft IPv6 stack implementation, it is not possible to make IPv4 connections when the server is running in IPv6, a future work will support it.


Tightvnc features
TightVNC Features

  • Local cursor handling

  • Efficient compression algorithms

  • Configurable compression levels

  • Optional JPEG compression

  • Enhanced Web browser access

  • Support for two passwords (full-control and read-only).

  • Advanced Properties dialog in WinVNC

  • Flexible configuration options

  • Automatic SSH tunneling on Unix


Compatibility and interoperability
Compatibility and Interoperability

  • TightVNC is fully compatible with the standard RFB protocol used in VNC.


Conclusion
Conclusion

  • Which is better??

  • The answer depends on our usage

  • GotoMyPC has a better feature in security and management

  • VNC – a small, easy to use and free program

  • TightVNC has a better feature in web-browsing / internet


Recommendation
Recommendation

  • For us, we prefer VNC because…..

  • It is a small program that we can download

  • Easily

  • Freely

  • And, has sufficient security and management features


Thank you for your attention

Thank you for your attention

Done by:

Liana Irawan

Nan Xing

Meti

Jacky


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