If I'm the only admin using RU Viewer and don't want to use the RU central server, is a locally-hosted RU server still necessary?
I'm not exactly sure how callback connections work, but if you have an external DNS pointing to your WAN IP and can forward ports, can you use the callback connection option in place of setting up an RU server? Or do callback connections require that the host firewall forward their callback port? I'm currently using RU Server on the same machine as the viewer. Is that even necessary, or should I just be using callbacks? I can't control the networks that the hosts are on (all systems are behind NAT firewalls), but I've given out custom agents that point to my RU Server DNS name already. I could always resend the agents or just update the configs in them.
Side note: I can be connected this way, but after about 10 minutes or so, the viewer screen will freeze up and I'll get a disconnection notice. I have to close the viewer window and reopen it. The host doesn't have to do anything because the agent is still running. Wondering if this is because of unnecessary lag due to the server running on the same machine. It doesn't prevent me from doing anything because I can always reconnect, but it's annoying and takes time to reconnect.