Started by Jingo, December 30, 2016, 04:48:57 PM
If you are trying from a mobile phone or tablet: Make sure you are connecting via your Wi-Fi (WLAN) home network. If you instead use the mobile network, you are basically trying to connect from 'the Internet' – and Windows firewall will block access. This is important.[b] You don't want computers from the Internet being able to reach your PC[/b].
On The Road[b]Access your IMatch database remotely[/b]. Present photos while visiting friends, relatives or clients. Lookup information while at work or on-location.Client AccessPresent and distribute your images and other files to your clients. [b]Allow clients to browse selected areas of your database from anywhere via a web browser[/b].
QuoteDo I need to allow access via my router as well?
Quoteor outside the network... all you need is a browser and IP address and off you go! Kinda like Calibre-server... it is configured on my system, runs as a service and my ebooks are available from any device (inside AND outside the network) via a webaddress:port. username/password protects access...
Quote from: Foto-Pit on January 01, 2017, 05:14:08 PMThe problem now is, that I cannot reach the IMatch WebService, which is running on a Windows7-PC, over the OpenVPN channel. When I try, the following message is shown:[img_1222.png]What is the next step to solve the problem?
QuoteThat is what IMA for, isn't it?