[CentOS] Inquiry:External USB modem and Remote PC Access?

hadi motamedi motamedi24 at gmail.com
Tue Oct 27 07:05:58 UTC 2009


Thank you very much for your reply . According to your message , the minicom
is not suitable in this regard as I really want remote desktop access to my
CentOS client located at far site and thus get its keyboard & mouse control
to issue commands and view Gui . Please do me favor and propose for the
solutions that can enable my CentOS server at the office to get remote
desktop access of my CentOS client far at the site (the only connections
that can be made is through modem dialup connections) .
Let me thank you in advance



On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 12:40 PM, Les Mikesell <lesmikesell at gmail.com>wrote:

> hadi motamedi wrote:
> > Thank you very much for your help . Can you please do me favor and
> > confirm if the scenario works when both ends are as CentOS (I mean my
> > CentOS server at the office connected to the telephone line and the
> > remote CentOS client at the far site that we need to have remote access
> > to it) ?
> > Thank you in advance
> >
>
> Running mgetty on the answering side will work with Centos running some
> dial-out
> terminal application like kermit, minicom, or cu.  But what you'll get is a
> separate command line login, not a GUI desktop or copy of what is on the
> console.  If you want more than that, you might set up dial-in PPP so you
> can
> treat the connection as a network address with all the usual tools.  I'm
> not
> sure if this is exactly right for Centos but it should be close:
> http://www.howtoforge.com/linux_dialin_server.  Mgetty should be able to
> detect
> if you are using dial-up networking from the other end and permit
> connection
> either way.
>
> --
>   Les Mikesell
>    lesmikesell at gmail.com
>
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