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Exclamation Dm500 reading other LAN cards - 23-August-2008, 16:46

Hi guys I have 2 dm500 and a TM9100, I want to share my BFBS with my TM and My sky with the TM, I am using an internal LAN.
Is this possible to read other cards from withn my LAN?
I am using CCcam 2.08 and both DM are on same image

cheers for any input guys I am stumped
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23-August-2008, 19:16

Yes you can ! The line is the same. Diferent is that for internal sharing you must use your internal IP's and for external peers, you use their real IP's (or DDNS if they have non static IP)

For internal sharing no need to make port forwarding on your router (if you use such). But for sharing with other peoples that are not in your LAN you must forward your listenen port. Other way is to put your dream in DMZ, but it is not a good idea.

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If I understand your post correctly, you should google the above and use that as guide.
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