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Streambaby - new streaming application

Discussion in 'TiVo Home Media Features & TiVoToGo' started by kearygriffin, Jan 20, 2009.

  1. ClearToLand

    ClearToLand Old !*#$% Tinkerer!

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    Congratulations on your *FIRST* LIKE in (almost) 17 years! :clapping:

    I've just begun playing around with Streambaby myself, along with the kmttg 'Web Server' (which reminds me that Kevin still hasn't answered my 'Web Server' question from OVER a week ago. :eek::confused: )

    And, besides just getting into switching over to 'Managed Switches' (unintended word play) for QoS, VLANs and VPNs are on my 'Round Tuit' list (for learning and experimenting)...
     
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    vanclute

    vanclute Member

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    Holy crap my first like? Really?? That's hilarious... shows how much I pay attention to such things, I had no idea. Man I've been around these forums a long time. Good grief. Obviously signed up when I got my first TiVo. Time sure flies...

    I played with kmttg for a while years ago, it was really quite cool but I didn't have the patience to set it all up to run unattended etc. Especially when I discovered that other people have already done all that work and post the torrents online anyway! Not worth the hassle. :D Didn't know there was a web server version now though... that's intriguing. I do not however, need another project! LOL
     
  3. May 1, 2017 #3463 of 3464
    vanclute

    vanclute Member

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    Well crap, so much for that theory. Back to where I was before... seems as though everything suddenly working was just a byproduct of having rebooted everything. Guessing the VPN just wasn't engaged yet when I checked. Now StreamBaby won't show up again on any of the TiVos (2 premieres and a Roamio). The roamio is even behind the same router as the media mac, so in theory if this were any kind of router issue blocking outside traffic, that would be the one TiVo that would always work. But it doesn't either.

    This definitely looks to be the fault of Tunnelblick routing all non-browser traffic through itself and interfering with SB. Does anyone have any idea if it's possible to "whitelist" or "blacklist" tunnelblick for specific applications or ports? I've been researching but so far haven't found any info that seemed like it would work, and I could understand enough to implement it.
     
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    dchomak

    dchomak New Member

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    I tried your suggestions and it works with the dir /s command but not with the search within Windows Explorer or Streambaby.

    Any ideas?
     

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