hardvibes wrote:liddokun wrote:Actually what your router needs to do here is just act like a network switch... and it's so simple it shouldn't be an issue.
What i'd do is: set an ip on your Mac, set PMS to listen on that ip and see what happens. Firewall shouldn't be an issue but if you set it to allow every incoming connection for PMS (i tested this) won't be an issue.
set an ip on your mac: it's always 192.168.1.128
set pms to listen on that ip: you mean the force ip server option? Put in 192.168.1.128? That's what I did
allow every incoming connection for PMS: that's what I did on the firewall tab
it's still an issue
I think this is my last idea... has the PS3 a similar ip? say, 192.168.1.129? are both the server and the PS3 using the same kind of network? i've heard (long ago though) people having issues while sharing stuff via ethernet when the PS3 was via wifi. Makes no sense to me, but hey, it's still an idea.
Also i noticed that the firewall bothers me with the "accept incoming connections?" every time i start PMS, might be that.