09-30-2013 12:20 PM
I set up the new GenieGo Saturday and it works perfectly on all devices in my house. I had the Mac geniego version configure my netgear with dd-wrt wndr3800 automatically.
I see (when I log in) that it added port forwarding for the IP the geniego has been assigned at home.
i am not sure what went wrong when copying and pasting but of course the fields on the router are populated.
GenieGO4416, start 8082, end 8082, tcp, 10.0.0.110, enabled
GenieGO1628, start 8083, end 8083, tcp, 10.0.0.110, enabled
When I run the geniego software at home and I do the test for out of home streaming it always tells me that it is set up for it.
But when I try to use geniego outside of my home (on a wifi) I always seem to get the same error "could not connect to geniego. tap here to search again"
when I check the system data I see my home ip under IP: 10.0.0.115. I kind of expected that when configured for out of home, it would show my main router IP not the internal 10.0.0.115.
Any suggestions on how to get this to work ?
09-30-2013 1:35 PM
What client device are you using for out-of-home access? Your Mac? Not all clients support OOH yet.
09-30-2013 1:49 PM
Android app does not yet support OOH streaming. Sorry.
09-30-2013 1:53 PM
iOS, PC and Mac clients do support OOH. Not yet supported on Android. No idea when, though.
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