HomePipe Networks launched in March a service that enables people to access files on their home computer from any browser or via an iPhone app. Now it has added support for Android.
on 05/05/2010 – Made popular on 05/05/2010
Using Places---->Connect to Server I can enter the IP of computers on my home LAN (while at home) and have access to look at those computers and their contents/files and can transfer files back and forth between them.
I'm a concerned that they could get hacked by some computers users from outside my LAN.
I have a network that connects my office and home together. The home system has a cable 10Meg service, and from this router (192.168.2.1) a cable goes to the office router (192.168.1.1). Attached to each router are an HP Laserjet 4100 on 2.1(home) and a Phaser 860 on 1.1.(office)
From my office computer I can access both printers using TCP/IP.
I have the new Galaxy S5...I would like to listen directly to my music catalog while at home instead of buying a new SD card and loading it on my phone. I have a wifi set up so I'm assuming I should have access...I have 40 gigs of music and Windows 7 on my desktop. I've never had a phone before so I'm pretty raw on what's possible.
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My problem: I am running a service in IIS, and I am developing an Android application to access it through the URL http://MyLanIP/myservice/MyService.svc. I can access the service URL in mobile browser, but I get a HttpHostConnectException in the application.
My question: Where is the problem? Is it in network configuration, in IIS, or somewhere else?