1 - do I need to go through the web to access my FB from my phone even if I'm in the reach of my WLAN?2 - if yes, is it correct that I put my public IP address followed by ":8888\" in the phone browser to reach my FB?
3 - if not, what do I need and what shoud I do?
You have to give your FB computer a static IP...
Now you could test:- Loopback on computer by using http://127.0.0.1:8888 in the computer's browser
- Network loop on computer by using http://192.168.0.101:8888 in the computer's browser
- Remote access on phone by using http://192.168.0.101:8888 in the phone's browser
If one fails it might be a firewall problem.
It doesn't work. Opera mini gives me the error: "the IP address is not avalaible at the moment".In the DHCP client list page of the access point web server, I can see the phone has been assigned the IP 192.168.0.240
I would buy you no less than 3 and no more than 27 beers if this could access the DSP effects (stock and from foo_dsp_effect).No really, that would be fantastic, and would close the loop on a long time project of mine.
Hello,Sorry to disturb you it is not working and it's driving me insane , I'm using foobar 1.1.11 stable and httpcontrol 0.97.12 I wrote the ip address of my big computer on both foobar and my galaxy nexus (running android 4.0.2), I tried with port 8888 it didn't work so I checked open ports and copied one in both but it still doesn't work...The only thing I couldn't do is placing a template, with foobar 1.1.11 and httpcontrol 0.97.12 I don't have any httpcontrol_data folder and I can't get the component to work without installing it via foobar, and foobar won't allow me to install template as well the zip does not show up.
Alright: I finally managed to compile the sources for the httpcontrol module, so I am now in a position to service feature requests! I have also written oblikoamorale to ask for write access to the official project on google code. If he does not get back to me I will fork the code and host my copy elsewhere. Though I may be willing to service feature requests, my main interest is in getting a UI in place the will be hopefully oodles more user friendly than any of the current ones.