I have an iMac at home running leopard and connected to my Airport extreme base station (new model) through an ethernet cable. I would like to remotely connect to this iMac with my MacBook from school over the internet. I know i must configure a VNC connection but I am a bit confused as to how to do it. From what I gather, these are the steps to take: 1. Enable screensharing on iMac through systemprefrences\sharing and allow VNC viewers to control with password. 2. Configure Airport Extreme Base Station port mapping to allow "apple remote desktop" connections. 3. Use Chicken of the VNC to remotely connect by typing the ip address of my home internet connection followed by the port number....example: 188.8.131.522:5900, enter password and click connect. When I do this, Chicken of the VNC does not connect and it gives me error. what am I doing wrong? Do I have to enable "Remote management" under systemprefrenses\sharing also or is it a firewall problem? I would appreciate step by step instructions or a link to a website with instructions for doing this with Leopard. (I've found some but they're outdated). Thank you.