Hi all, I'm following the MR Guide on Remotely Controlling Another Mac here, and having trouble. We are all running the latest version of Tiger. So far I've enabled Remote Login on my machine, created a dummy account, and installed COTVNC. I also set up a dynDNS account. My home network has 3 machines (only one Mac) behind a router, and I've forwarded ports 22, 3283, and 5900 to my specific IP address. So far so good, I thought. My sister's machine (the one I'm trying to control) is also behind a router. She has enabled ARD in SysPrefs->Sharing according to the guide, and created the Terminal file to ssh to my machine. So, here is where I believe the problem occurs. She types in the following: ssh firstname.lastname@example.org -R 5900:127.0.0.1:5900 where dbuell.homeip.net is the dynDNS name given to me by the provider. Does this look like the right way to go about this? When I open up COTVNC I see her computer (Emily's iBook), but when I try to connect I get 'Error 30' and 'Please configure the client to allow screen viewing'. We have also copied the public key generated on her machine onto my computer. Using ssh, do I still need to have her open up/forward ports on her router? I was under the impression that this wouldn't be necessary. Thanks for any help you can give regarding this, it's got me scratching my head.