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Re: Hub problems
- Subject: Re: Hub problems
- From: robkearns
- Date: Wed, 21 Apr 2004 13:27:00 +0000
Thanks Kevin & Stuart for your replies.
You both hit on it with the network connection questions. When I
tried the Viewer again last night it worked straight away but then
later it didn't. I realised that the difference was that the first
time I had my network cable plugged in, the second time I was running
wirelessly. I then had a look at my network connections and found
that my wireless connection had the software firewall turned on. The
firewall has many settings, allow this allow that, so I allowed and
enabled everything but it still didn't work. So I turned it off and
now all is working fine.
BTW I'm running xp.
Thanks for your help, I think it would have taken a lot longer to
discover it was the network connection without your prompts.
--- In <a
"Kevin Hawkins" <lists@u...>
> Hi Rob,
> This should all work so just to clarify can you just post
> and specific versions of the xAP apps you are running ? Are they
> latest ones as downloaded from the xAPFramework site ? Also on your
> what network connections do you have and which are you using ??
> If you launch the GUI version of Viewer do you see anything
at all ?
> Does it see it's own heartbeat and appear itself as a device in the
> hand pane ? It should display its own heartbeat as the first thing
> Although it is a step back you could launch the GUI Viewer
> on the laptop and then start the other apps / services to see if
> - the GUI Viewer will adopt the hub role and will show this (if I
> correctly) in its title bar.
> It's almost sounding like the app that you first launched as
> application has grabbed the 3639 port used as a hub but has
> hub functionality. I cant remember if the older Viewer app
adopts a hub
> role automatically, or if it was a config option - maybe it has
> port 3639.
> You can of course run the Viewer as an app on the same
> the SlimServer and it will show you all the network traffic. Maybe
> have .NET installed on this machine though.
> The weather and SliMP3 connector work fine with hubs - but
> MUST be the first application started (or an app that will
> adopt a hub role). Viewer simply shows what broadcast traffic it
> hence the fact that it is deaf would indicate that it has not
> attach to a hub to listen - hubs are only needed to hear xAP
packets - and
> then they are only needed if there is more than one app on the same
> , xAP apps will happily send data that can be heard by everyone
> needing a hub.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: robkearns [mailto:robkearns@y...]
> > Sent: 20 April 2004 14:36
> > To: <a
> > Subject: [xap_automation] Hub problems
> > I've just started playing with xAP and I'm having a few
> > problems getting it running...
> > I have a xAP Message Viewer and a Slimp3 Connector running
> > on my laptop with the Squeezebox server running on
> > another pc. When I turn on my Slimp3 I get messages in the
> > Slimp3 Connector window but nothing in the Viewer. I would
> > have expected to see at least the heartbeat messages in
> > the Viewer. I know the Viewer is running as a hub because
> > if I start a GUI xAPHub I get a message that the port is
> > already in use.
> > I've also started a xAPWeather which successfully connects
> > to the BBC site but again I see no messages in the Viewer.
> > From reading the xAP spec I assume the Slimp3 Connector
> > and Weather apps would connect as clients and the Viewer
> > would show all traffic that it forwards to its clients. I
> > also assume that the clients are compatibly with a xAP hub
> > as I don't get any warning about the base port already
> > being in use when I start them after starting the hub
> > which would have already opened the base port.
> > Any help would be much appreciated.
> > Rob
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