SMajor wrote:I've tested it, and it works okay on my wired network but not Wired -> Wireless. My Linksys router is probably at fault here.
Hello, I've downloaded the source a couple weeks ago and compiled it. It's *probably* the same as the 'network subversion' fix mentioned in this post. A couple of things:#1::
Just 'setting the firewall to accept tcp::23052 and udp::9887 on your router doesn't solve the problem. For a couple of reasons:
1/ On Linksys routers, the [WAN] firewall port config is for 'allowing requests' from *outside*. Wrong setting. Do not mess with WAN firewall. You should be able to 'growl' or do anything INSIDE your LAN without messing with this.
2/ What you *need* to find is if you have **LAN Settings** for wireless 'AP isolation' or 'client isolation' on your router. And disable it.
This setting is usually what causes problems, esp between wired and wireless clients.. like your 'Mini, wired, growling to your MBP, on the wireless' type issues. On a Linksys WRT-54G, look under 'Wireless > Advanced Settings'.... or if you have a Linksys that doesn't have these settings, use DD-WRT or some other advanced firmware.#2::
What I'm getting with the svn build is repeated Leopard firewall dialogs on the 'Server' machine, and GrowlHelper passes the growl to my MBP anyway. It's just those appfw dialogs on the server are annoying, and I have to remote over and click the happy.fun dialog.
Is there anything I can do/ or script I can run to 'digitally sign' the SVN build, so that they go away?
Tick, apologies if I'm not supposed to be talking about 1.15 or svn builds here.