I found a way to set the 5900 port to PI’s IP, using the “on-line configurator” of my internet-TV service provider. Indeed, it was quite easy. Reading [quote=“Sandbird, post:118, topic:1517”]
[/quote] also helpet a lot.
I also had “frame-rate = 24;” and changed it to 23. Finally, I set RealVNC to sign without encryption. And now it seems to be working stable, slow thought. Let’s see if it keeps working. I attach a picture of the error RealVNC was giving to me in case it helps to somebody.
In the other hand, even thought the Putty session gets bugged after manually running dispmanx_vncserver (because it wasn´t running on autoboot), it seems that, after assigning the port 5900 in the router, another different Putty session can be connected to keep controlling the device.
I figured it out: It seems that I made a mistake writting [quote=“Sandbird, post:1, topic:1517”]
Now we’ll create the service file to be able to ‘autoload’ the server on boot:
I wrote > ExecStart=/user/bin/dispmanx_vncserver. I’ve fixed it, and tried. Now everything runs smoothly, and I can still use a SSH connection.
Lot of thanks.