I'm trying to use Stream, Baby, Stream with my premiere.
I can do so quite easily with my Windows laptop.
I have not been able to do so with my Linux server.
I'm 99% sure the issue is with my network configuration, which is more complicated than usual.
I have the following devices connected together in series:
- a phone jack
- an ADSL2 modem (in bridge mode)
- a hub
- a wireless router
- the premiere
The laptop is connected to the wireless router.
The Linux server is connected to the hub.
My dsl service comes with several static IP addresses. The wireless router and the Linux server have static IP addresses. The laptop and the premiere do not, but instead use DHCP with the wireless router.
The premier can see Stream, Baby, Stream on the laptop, but not the Linux server. I assume that's because the premier is sending out some sort of broadcast request for "showcases" that the router is forwarding to the laptop (inside its local network) but not to the server (outside its local network).
Can anyone explain the problem to me, and even better, provide a solution?