I had that all working many months ago. I can connect from my laptop to the pi through an SSH tunnel and have tightvnc operational, all through a direct wireless connection without using a router via Connectify. Now I want to do the same with a router so I have more range. I just wanted to know if the router adds any complications to the mix (As in do routers by default prevent devices from seeing each other on the input side for security reasons, but allow traffic to flow in and out of its output, in the case of most home routers the output being the wired connection to the modem and therefore the Internet). I guess I will have to wait until I can get a hold of the router and find out. I was just trying to save money on shipping costs, because if it works, I am going to have to place a second parts order for the router parts that I need.....oh well.Jim JKla wrote:Ok no problem
You need to get your RPi connected to the router to connect wirelessly theres a couple of options and I have hammered out one solution here http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewt ... 26&t=28339 once you have that connecting your Laptop thats obviously dependent on your laptop.
Then get your self a copy of putty on your laptop (I am assuming we are looking at some flavour of windows).
Then you connect to your RPi using ssh (activated by default when you use Wheezy).
There's a discussion of this here http://elinux.org/RPi_A_Method_for_ssh_blind_login and there's some other stuff on VNC that may be more like what you are after.
Post back here with any questions.
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