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  • #819

    Adam

    Can I access the web interface over my local network?

    On the server I access through localhost:1024/ but my server runs without a monitor and I access through Remote Desktop (running mac os x 10.4.8 on both server computer and laptop).

    I’m trying to access through 192.xxx.x.x:1024 from my laptop but it doesn’t work.

    Any pointers?

    Thanks

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    #7537

    fizze
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    i guess mac OS’s firewall prohibits that.
    mt-daapd/firefly itself doesnt somehow limit access.

    #7538

    rpedde
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    @Adam wrote:

    Can I access the web interface over my local network?

    On the server I access through localhost:1024/ but my server runs without a monitor and I access through Remote Desktop (running mac os x 10.4.8 on both server computer and laptop).

    I’m trying to access through 192.xxx.x.x:1024 from my laptop but it doesn’t work.

    Any pointers?

    Thanks

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    Yes. You have to set an admin password from the local machine first. Then you have to make sure that that port is unfirewalled.

    You should have gotten a page that said that you couldn’t access the page unless you set an admin password though, so I’m not sure why you didn’t get at least that.

    — Ron

    #7539

    Adam

    Hi,

    Yep, downloaded the latest nightly, followed the link there re firewall, set up admin password et voila. C’est formidable!

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