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Issue 102: It just won't work.
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Reported by jawar...@gmail.com, Aug 24, 2007
What steps will reproduce the problem?
1. Loading https://MYIP:5010 from Safari on my iPhone 

What is the expected output? What do you see instead?
To view the screen of my computer remotely.
I can view a "loading" doohickey forever.

What version of the product are you using? On what operating system?
latest. 10.4.10

Please provide any additional information below.


Jan 29, 2008
#1 sattelma...@td.mw.tum.de
I have the same problem, but only with one of my two Macs:

On my MacBook iPhone Remote works well, on my PowerMacG4 the iPhone Remote server does not respond, 
even not when trying "View Web Page" from the "iPhone Remote" menu on the PowerMacG4. It just hangs: 

Input of a wrong IP or port delivers (in Safari on the machine where iPhone Remote is run): Safari can’t open 
the page “https://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:xxxx/” because it could not connect to the server “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”.

Input of the right IP and port ( “https://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:5010/”) delivers no response. 

My interpretation is that the server is there but cannot display the screen wit the buttons in the browser.

Does iPhone Remote only run on Intel Mac? Any other reason for the problems I encuntered on my PowerMac.

Same OS 10.4.11 on both Macs, firewall off for testing.
Feb 5, 2008
#2 HyperT...@gmail.com
Hi,

Ok guys, I had the same problem  at the beginning.
Here's a little step by step. I hope it will help :
-go to system preferences > Sharing > Firewall 
-Click on Port Name and select Other
-Just enter 5010 in both TCP or UDP fields
-Name as you want (iPhone Remote could be excellent)

-Now run iPhone Remote.app on your computer, choose your login and pass
-Go to your iPhone (iPod Touch in my case) and type the exact address of your computer "https://.... :5010"
-Wait a few seconds , Safari mobile will pop up a screen to enter the login and pass you just chose !
-Then , enjoy !

OS : MacOSX.4.11
App version : iPhone Remote 0.9.21
Remote : iPod Touch 16Go 1.1.3/January Update/ Not Jailbroken.
Feb 5, 2008
#3 HyperT...@gmail.com
PS : To know the exact adress seen by iPhone Remote, just click "view web page" in the menu.
It will launch your browser then you will see the address : "https://...... :5010". Use it in your iPhone/iPod 
Touch.
Good luck.
Feb 12, 2008
#4 sattelma...@td.mw.tum.de
...thanks for the advice, but the encounetred problem is not a firewall problem and occurs even when firewall is 
off, The problem occurs only on my PowerBookG4 and not on my MacBook (see above), although all preference 
settings and the OS-versions are identical.
Feb 29, 2008
#5 Huan...@gmail.com
Thank you HyperTiti worked after doing what you said. 
Apr 4, 2008
#6 cnambru...@gmail.com
Best bets is that this software is not available for a PowerPC (what I have).  I should try this software and see if it 
works on an intel, instead.
Sep 7, 2008
#7 almaraz....@gmail.com
Hey,

if you want to connect from external lan you need to use this  http://publicIP:5010  but you need to open the 
port 5010 in your router thats all and it works really great



Nov 11, 2008
#8 Jonathan.Winandy
Hi,

Same thing here, with a MacBook Pro on 10.5.X (lastest), app launched, but nothing
work. Basically, View web page do not respond, and I tryed a telnet on
localhost:5010, nothing too (Connection refused) . My firewall is off ...

Any idea ?
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