Are you having trouble accessing data on the Motty X11 proxy server? Are you getting authorization errors that you don’t understand? Don’t worry - here’s how you can troubleshoot the authorization errors and get back up and running.
Check Your Network Configuration
The first thing you should do is check your network configuration. Make sure that your network is set up correctly and that you are able to make a connection to the Motty X11 proxy server.
Check Your Authorization Settings
Once you’ve checked that your network is properly configured, the next step is to check your authorization settings. You’ll need to make sure that the username and password you are using to access the Motty X11 proxy server is correct.
You should check both the username and the password to make sure that they match what you have set up in the Motty X11 proxy server configuration.
Restart Your Network Connection
Once you’ve checked both your network configuration and authorization settings and nothing has worked, the last thing you can try is restarting your network connection. Sometimes restarting the network connection can help to fix any discrepancies in the network configuration that are preventing you from accessing the Motty X11 proxy server.
Q: What is the Motty X11 proxy server?
A: The Motty X11 proxy server is a proxy server used to access data stored on Motty’s internal network.
Q: How do I access the Motty X11 proxy server?
A: You can access the Motty X11 proxy server by setting up the correct network configuration and authorization settings.
Q: What should I do if I'm getting authorization errors?
A: If you’re getting authorization errors, the first step is to check your network configuration. If that doesn’t work, try checking your authorization settings, and then finally try restarting your network connection.
Q: How can I troubleshoot a network connection?
A: You can troubleshoot a network connection by running network diagnostics and checking your network configuration.
Q: What do I do if nothing works?
A: If none of the steps above work, you can contact Motty support for further assistance.