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Old 08-06-2002, 10:39 PM
Don Don is offline
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new server discovery technique?

Hello,

I'm not sure how you are searching for servers, but it appears as though
you are staying on the local subnet (which seems a reasonable thing to do).
However, lets say I have two subnets:

A) 192.168.1.xxx which is my wired network where my desktop lives (and is connected to my stereo)
B) 10.1.1.xxx which is my 802.11b network where my laptop lives and where I want to be able to control iTunes from. (The airport base station is on A, so there is a route between the two networks (e.g. I can share files, ftp, ssh, etc).

The problem is, B will not be able to discover any hosts on A unless we provide it with a hint. So, how about a manual way of entering a desired server? :-)

If there exists such a method, sorry in advance!

Cheers,

don

P.S. BRIEF was my favorite DOS editor! ;-)
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