VPN or VNC for Embedded Software Development and porting in hardware

Discussion in 'Broadband' 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 ?

    I am new to VPN and VNC territories.

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

    KBG wrote:

    New to doing your own homework, more like it.
     
    alexd, Apr 10, 2006
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    Rob Walker Guest

    Exactly :)
    Plus VPN and VNC technologies are completely different concepts
     
    Rob Walker, Apr 10, 2006
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  4. KBG

    KBG Guest

    You can help me in my homework !! :) :)


    karthik balaguru
     
    KBG, Apr 10, 2006
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    David Wade Guest

    Getting desperate are we, now asking in multiple groups. By the way the
    original question does not really make sense. You probably done't need
    either VNC or VPN for an embeded system Try TELNET and TFTP...
     
    David Wade, Apr 10, 2006
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  6. KBG

    KBG Guest

    Thats what i am thinking about. (Telnet / TFTP or SSH)
    Actually, i am exploring ways (VPN and others) . I had time to fire
    qureies and 100% strong belief in google groups to have the precise
    answer alone. Rather than reading through the whole length of nice good
    documents....

    Thx ,
    Karthik Balaguru
     
    KBG, Apr 11, 2006
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    David Wade Guest

    Some times you need to read docs to understand the replies...
     
    David Wade, Apr 12, 2006
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