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  • #1178

    Palleraa

    Hi there…

    I have installed mt-daapd on my new Synology DS-106e, and it works great even tough I think it lacks some better browsing features, but that may be iTunes problem.

    The reason for the install is that I want to be able to stream my music to my laptop whereever in the world I am. is that possible? I am using the newest version of iTunes and it might be down to me not understading how iTunes works. Atm when both the server and the client is on the same LAN it just shows up, I belive i need to do something active to make it work over the internet.

    /PalleRaa

    #9554

    sansp00
    Participant

    Look at this and post back questions if any … Basically, you need to foward your mt-daapd port and then broadcast with a proxy, it’s should be pretty much all in there, I used this myself.

    http://wiki.mt-daapd.org/wiki/SSH_Tunnel

    Patrick S.

    #9555

    rpedde
    Participant

    @Palleraa wrote:

    Hi there…

    I have installed mt-daapd on my new Synology DS-106e, and it works great even tough I think it lacks some better browsing features, but that may be iTunes problem.

    The reason for the install is that I want to be able to stream my music to my laptop whereever in the world I am. is that possible? I am using the newest version of iTunes and it might be down to me not understading how iTunes works. Atm when both the server and the client is on the same LAN it just shows up, I belive i need to do something active to make it work over the internet.

    /PalleRaa

    Here is a place to get started, it should have all the info you need.

    http://wiki.mt-daapd.org/wiki/SSH_Tunnel

    Yell if you need more help.

    — Ron

    #9556

    bernt
    Participant

    I stream from home to work over internet using Hamachi.

    http://www.hamachi.cc

    iTunes finds the server without problem.

    #9557

    mas
    Participant

    Third option is indeed exposing the firefly port on the router, setting a good password and using RendezvousProxy to get the local side to discover it.

    See:
    http://forums.rokulabs.com/viewtopic.php?t=10526

    and

    http://forums.fireflymediaserver.org/viewtopic.php?t=5374

    for details.

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