Admin wrote:The service is up and running. If you get the message it means that your provider blocks port 1112.
Is this the port AirVideo uses to determine the external IP, and if so, does it use tcp or udp?
I have a VPN tunnel setup on my router, so I have 2 external addresses (1 from the ISP, and one from the VPN endpoint). I'm using static port-forwarding, but AirVideo always detects the wrong external IP.
2013-02-28 12:53:18 StatusReportAction: Submitting status report:
2013-02-28 12:53:18 StatusReportAction: - PIN: 324722241, BonjourName: Media, Addresses: [192.168.1.17:45631] [null:45631]
2013-02-28 12:53:19 StatusReportAction: - Done (detected external IP 220.127.116.11) <-- VPN external address
2013-02-28 12:53:19 StatusReportAction: Scheduling task StatusReportAction$1 (24453483)
Using iptables, I'm able to successfully route ports to the appropriate external address. So far I have determined the following possibilities for AirVideo:
45631 tcp Airvideo
1112 ??? AirVideo
1900 udp Bonjour
5350 udp Bonjour
5351 udp Bonjour
5353 udp Bonjour
Any others that I'm missing?