VPN and VNC for Developing and Porting of Embedded Software in Hardware Board

Discussion in 'Wireless Internet' started by KBG, Apr 10, 2006.

  1. KBG

    KBG Guest

    Hi,

    Which of the technologies (VPN or VNC) can be used for debugging a
    software in a hardware board (Hardware board is more than 2000 KM
    away).

    Which of the above two technologies will enable me to port a software /
    operating system into a hardware from a remote place ?

    Could someone tell me advantages / disadvantages of VNC and VPN w.r.t
    Embedded world ?

    what are the complexities involved in implementing these ?

    Which has the easy setup and efficient for embedded
    developments/debugging ?

    Kindly let me know the best tools available for VPN and VNC for Windows
    and Linux.

    Could you also tell me if there are any wireless alternatives for VPN
    and VNC ?

    Thx in advans,
    Karthik Balaguru
     
    KBG, Apr 10, 2006
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    novikov Guest

    Hi

    I think VNC would be enough for you. Here is one link for VNC
    www.realvnc.com
    or
    www.ultravnc.com

    For the VPN - ViPNet is the best, but it is not free as VNC -
    www.vpnsolution.info

    You would need a VPN only for the security reason or for communication,
    in some cases.
     
    novikov, Apr 11, 2006
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    Chris Davies Guest

    For crying out loud. Just to how many newsgroups have you posted the
    same question? Go and check out the difference between crossposting
    (good) and multiposting (bad).

    Chris
     
    Chris Davies, Apr 27, 2006
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    Rico Guest

    If he is this clueless, heaven help the company he works for and thinks he
    is knowledable...

    fundamentalism, fundamentally wrong.
     
    Rico, Apr 28, 2006
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