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Old 02-19-2009, 06:45 PM   #10
Gideon
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I can see it on the computer hosting it. I can't see it anywhere else. Either off network or on.

I know how to find my real IP, and when I "test it" I can see my IP as far as my Mac is concerned but I'm not sure what the computer's name ".local" or whatever might be. How would I find that out?

But when I use that IP address on anything else it comes up short.

Firewall on the Mac itself is not turned on, and while I know how to change port forwarding I am not sure which IP to tie that to. (there is a place for TCP Port, UDP Port, IP, and then secret TCP, Secret UDP)

So here's what the Port Mapping setup looks likePicture 1)
And what I'm seeing when I go to test it: (Picture 2)
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