You can install Virtual Network Computing (VNC) on your remote computer and then use it to connect to a host computer. pcAnywhere Solution supports VNC connections from Windows and Linux remote computers.
You must install the VNC server to run on port 5800. pcAnywhere supports VNC connections only if the VNC server is running on port 5800.
By default, a VNC server listens for connections from a Web browser on TCP port 5800. If you point a Web browser to this port, the VNC server automatically provides a Java VNC viewer that runs in your Web browser. This Java Viewer exchanges data with the VNC Server on the same ports that a normal VNC viewer uses.