Started by Ted, January 14, 2017, 09:50:12 PM
Quote from: Aubrey on January 15, 2017, 09:43:18 PMI suppose you have tried:192.168.0.8/imatchviewerAubrey.
Quote from: ulrich on January 17, 2017, 03:14:09 PMI use FIREFOX as browser on my iPad, works fine....
Quote from: Aubrey on January 17, 2017, 07:39:26 PMI hope Ted comes back to us...When I look at Web Inspector:http://appletoolbox.com/2012/10/how-to-use-web-inspector-on-ipad-iphone-to-remote-debugging-with-safari/It looks like one also needs a Mac to use this software. Ted has only mentioned using 2 different PCs in his emails."After you've turned on Web Inspector, you need to connect your device to your computer (Mac only, PC computers do not support this feature). "Strange that he has the same issue on 2 different Apple devices.Perhaps Ted has a friend with another Apple device who can log into his local net while visiting (Ted, entice him/her with a glass of wine or beer ) and see if he/she has the same issue on their device.If Ted drops me a personal email I'll get him temporary access to my website using public version of IMWS to see if it's a local problem.Aubrey.
QuoteAubrey gave me access to his system on the Internet and I was able to access it via Windows 10, iPad3 and iPhone7 without making any changes to any of the devices.
Quotewhen accessing from iDevice I MUST use 192.168.0.8:8081
Quote from: Ted on January 17, 2017, 11:22:35 PMEarlier I raised the question about number of files and wondered if that might be a problem. It's not!I'm currently using my regular database with some 237,000 images in it, and it is working fine - windows 10, iPad3 and iPhone7.
Quote from: Aubrey on January 18, 2017, 07:44:20 AMTed,I've not used IMWS much outside of home environment. However, as I don't live close to my immediate family it gives them an opportunity to look in on our lives.I'm pleased you noticed a good speed. The machine being used for IMatch Anywhere is an very old Dell Inspiron 6000 I found in our loft, from about 2004 (Pentium M processor, 1.86 GHz 2GB memory useable 32 bit operating system W10). IMWA is the only thing running on this machine. Periodically I copy across my database from my primary machine to the Dell for use by IMWA. I want to protect my primary machine from possible hacking. I have an old 500GB dedicated external USB2 disk attached, onto this disk I cache all my images for IMWS rather than trying to generate them as needed from the raw files.IMWA is very efficient and works great on this slowwww machine. Aubrey.
Quote from: Aubrey on January 18, 2017, 04:58:36 PMHowever, when I get the time I will go to https: I still need to read up on SSL.Aubrey.