[clug] that darn streaming TransACT
Francis James Whittle
fudje at phreaker.net
Fri May 14 08:18:23 GMT 2004
Interestingly enough, once I have the routes set up on my Firewall, any
computer in the network can get to the streams. (I make the basic
assumption that any packets coming straight through the ethernet deivce,
as opposed to over ppp, are friendly packets. A safe assumption for
this setup, I believe).
Perhaps you need to make sure you're only using NAT on your ppp
connection or something?
On Fri, 2004-05-14 at 09:05, Sam Couter wrote:
> Tony and Robyn Lewis <lewis at tonyandrobyn.com> wrote:
> > 1. need to have the PC plugged into Marconi modem.
> The i3 seems to stream whatever channel it's viewing out the ethernet
> port whether you want it or not.
> But... What about those of us who have a Linux firewall, with the
> desktop machine on a LAN? How can I get those precious multicast packets
> past my firewall onto my LAN?
> I've tried adding various routes, but that won't work (and I know why -
> multicast groups follow a subscription pattern, and I need to inform
> upstream that I want to subscribe to a group). I've tried running pimd
> and mroute on my firewall with no luck. They don't seem to find upstream
> multicast routers to subscribe with.
> Note that I'm using NAT on my firewall as I only get one IP address from
> my ISP.
> I can't find a complete or up-to-date multicast HOWTO on the 'net.
> Any pointers appreciated.
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