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  1. Okay, let me start off by saying it is 1:24am here and I am tired and frustrated. I have been working at this for 5 hours. I downloaded BroadCam,as well as BroadWave to put on the website for the online radio station I am starting up. I have been playing around with different kinds of streaming software and I REALLY like BroadCam; however, I would like it better if I could get it working outside of my house! As soon as I do, I will throw the links on my soon to be completed website so the world can know about NCH Software! Here is what I have done so far and here is what is happening. It plays my music and streams it perfectly via WMP ONLY from any computer in my house. If someone from outside my house tries to access it via the links on my website, it says 'page cannot be displayed'. Now, when I do the connection test in the BroadCam software, it says to configure my 'port forwarding' on my router (D-Link DIR 615 Ver.E) to 192.168.0.102 using port 86 (same IP addy but Port 88 for the BroadWave software). I have done this and no luck, it says 'connection to port 86 has failed'. I have called D-Link the first time and they took me into the firewall settings and had me enable on 'DMZ Host'. He told me this would open ALL the ports on my router and it would work. So I did it...and guess what?! It didn't work. So I played with it some more trying more things and no luck. So I call D-Link again and explain everything to him and he says "What is the IP Address for the BroadCam software?'. I told him I had no idea. He said that we need that address to open the ports on the router. So I am on another journey to find it. I read a few other posts on here and tried that website www.ipaddy.com to see what my personal IP is here, and I changed that in my router settings, as well as in the BroadCam software. Still no luck! So therefore, I am turning to everyone here for help. I don't know what to do next, and I don't know what the heck that D-Link dude is talking about for the software IP Address. I am sure if I can get this BroadCam working, then the BroadWave will be easy as pie to get working also. Please anyone and everyone help me, when it comes to getting this working I am 'dying from starvation' if you catch my drift. I am about to go to bed but I hope to see some replies and maybe 'the cure' to this dilemma when I get up. MANY thanks to everyone who rescues me! Mike
  2. Okay, let me start off by saying it is 1:24am here and I am tired and frustrated. I have been working at this for 5 hours. I downloaded BroadWave,as well as BroadCam to put on the website for the online radio station I am starting up. I have been playing around with different kinds of streaming software and I REALLY like BroadWave; however, I would like it better if I could get it working outside of my house! As soon as I do, I will throw the links on my soon to be completed website so the world can know about NCH Software! Here is what I have done so far and here is what is happening. It plays my music and streams it perfectly via WMP ONLY from any computer in my house. If someone from outside my house tries to access it via the links on my website, it says 'page cannot be displayed'. Now, when I do the connection test in the BroadWave software, it says to configure my 'port forwarding' on my router (D-Link DIR 615 Ver.E) to 192.168.0.102 using port 88 (same IP addy but Port 86 for the BroadCam software). I have done this and no luck, it says 'connection to port 88 has failed'. I have called D-Link the first time and they took me into the firewall settings and had me enable on 'DMZ Host'. He told me this would open ALL the ports on my router and it would work. So I did it...and guess what?! It didn't work. So I played with it some more trying more things and no luck. So I call D-Link again and explain everything to him and he says "What is the IP Address for the BroadWave software?'. I told him I had no idea. He said that we need that address to open the ports on the router. So I am on another journey to find it. I read a few other posts on here and tried that website www.ipaddy.com to see what my personal IP is here, and I changed that in my router settings, as well as in the BroadWave software. Still no luck! So therefore, I am turning to everyone here for help. I don't know what to do next, and I don't know what the heck that D-Link dude is talking about for the software IP Address. I am sure if I can get this BroadWave working, then the BroadCam will be easy as pie to get working also. Please anyone and everyone help me, when it comes to getting this working I am 'dying from starvation' if you catch my drift. I am about to go to bed but I hope to see some replies and maybe 'the cure' to this dilemma when I get up. MANY thanks to everyone who rescues me! Mike
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