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I just installed Toast 9 on my wife's MacBook Air (there was no need for Toast since there is no optical drive) and Streamer connected and registered fine - I was able to remotely stream video from www.streamer.roxio.com.

 

This confirms that my network is handling NAT correctly. My thought is that it's some kind of PowerPC-related issue, since all of the machines mentioned in this thread have been G4 or G5 machines.

 

Strange that an issue connecting to a server would be processor-related, but that's certainly what it looks like...

 

Interesting theory. My error fits, as it's a PowerMac G5.

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Same here.

 

• Time Capsule is set up to use NAT.

• Configured port Mapping for 10080

• Configured my Firewall to allow all all incoming access for Streamer

• Turned off my Firewall

• Yelled at my computer

 

Still no love (error -500, check your internet connection). Come on Roxio, through us a bone here!

 

First can you try yelling at it again? I often find that works with my car.

 

Second, if you'd like to send me a PM with your phone number and a time later this evening you can be reached to work on the issue.

 

I just installed Toast 9 on my wife's MacBook Air (there was no need for Toast since there is no optical drive) and Streamer connected and registered fine - I was able to remotely stream video from www.streamer.roxio.com.

 

Sure there is, you can share a burner over your network with Toast Anywhere recorder sharing and access that recorder from the MacBook Air! :)

 

Linefeed and cnsarye, please check your private messages.

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Same here.

 

• Time Capsule is set up to use NAT.

• Configured port Mapping for 10080

• Configured my Firewall to allow all all incoming access for Streamer

• Turned off my Firewall

• Yelled at my computer

 

Still no love (error -500, check your internet connection). Come on Roxio, through us a bone here!

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I just installed Toast 9 on my wife's MacBook Air (there was no need for Toast since there is no optical drive) and Streamer connected and registered fine - I was able to remotely stream video from www.streamer.roxio.com.

 

This confirms that my network is handling NAT correctly. My thought is that it's some kind of PowerPC-related issue, since all of the machines mentioned in this thread have been G4 or G5 machines.

 

Strange that an issue connecting to a server would be processor-related, but that's certainly what it looks like...

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