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- 16th March 2008 at 11:28 am #2304AnonymousInactive
Hi, I cannot for the life of me seem to get the daap shares to show over the VPN. Running mdns-scan on the server shows the shares but running mdns-scan on my laptop shows none. I can access the Firefly web interface just fine.
The server is Debian running mt-daap from the repos
The client is Ubuntu with Banshee
I am using OpenVPN to link them both
Thanks16th March 2008 at 6:26 pm #16556AnonymousInactive
I have been trying this on and off for over a year. Looking at the sinffer captures I know what is wrong but I can’t come up with something clever to fix it. Firefly is multicast traffic and that traffic is not being passed across the vpn tunnel even if allowed by the ruleset.
Maybe I will start tinkering again with this. But if you come up with a fix let me know. I think openvpn just doesn’t support passing multicast traffic.18th March 2008 at 12:37 pm #16557AnonymousInactive
Finally got it working using the TAP interface instead of the TUN interface (something to do with avahi refusing to leave a local network) also I am not sure if this is needed but I enabled the point to point option (read more about it at http://avahi.org/wiki/Avah4users its point 9 )
Unfortunatly buffering takes ages (20secs of buffering for 3secs of playtime) and I have to abandon it18th March 2008 at 4:34 pm #16558AnonymousInactive
I tied the TUN interface as well a while back but never tried option 9. So exactly what and where did you put these options?
so did you put
?18th March 2008 at 7:44 pm #16559masParticipant
Try running avahi daemon on the machine that runs the client and then have avahi manually braodcast the rsp service in the local net.18th March 2008 at 10:38 pm #16560AnonymousInactive
I put allow-point-to-point=yes in my avahi config file. I found it in debian under /etc/avahi/avahi-daemon.conf14th July 2008 at 6:11 pm #16561AnonymousInactive
Has anyone got this to work yet? I tried allow-point-to-point=yes, and it didn’t change anything. I am using a “tun” config as it is the most simple way to connect from my work computer to my home LAN. I know a “tap” config would fix this issue but I would rather change my setup.
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