That isn't working. It worked _once_ but since then we haven't been able to re-
establish a connection. SEE always times out, and even when we use a document URL, the
other computer cannot resolve it. Is there any way to hop through these subnets?
--- In SubEthaEdit@yahoogroups.com, Martin Pittenauer <map@...> wrote:
> On 10.09.2007, at 19:51, mechcozmo wrote:
> > I use SEE on a university network. To take notes in class, my
> > friends and I need to be able to
> > connect to each other's computers. I have a hostname registered, and
> > can ping my computer
> > from their computer, etc. However, I cannot tell SEE to connect to
> > my computer without
> > using the Internet dialog box... which fails. (I think because it
> > tries to go out to the internet,
> > then come back in, which it doesn't need to do and is blocked for
> > security concerns) Is there
> > a way to tell SEE what computer to connect to on a local network,
> > bypassing the Bonjour
> > auto-discovery?
> The "Internet" window allows (or should allow) you to connect to an
> arbitrary IP address. It won't connect to the internet if the IP is
> within your local subnet.
> All the best,