Quote Originally Posted by xb4b1x View Post
Im not on the netgear v2 but same thing should apply i currently running tightVNC server beautifully. all you have to do is find out what the internal ip of the computer your running the vnc server is. for example: <- if that is the ip of the computer all you do is set up a firewall service. stating that port 5900 is the port, then you need to set up a firewall rule to allow inbound and outbound to allow port 5900.
Yeah, but that isn't all you have to do. You do also need to know what your public IP address is, otherwise you'll not know what address you need to make a connection to when you're away from home. That's why people have mentioned setting up DynDNS.

Oh and there's no need to add a rule for outbound access on port 5900 - the router doesn't block any outbound accesses anyway nor does VNC actually use any outbound connections .