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    Ahh, OK got it. Thanks for the info.

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    I believe NOT using separate lists for artists and albumartists fixed it or something like that, I always forget the details.
    Yup, changing that setting looks like it stopped that behaviour...

    Thanks again
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    iPeng9 won't WOL

    I can't get iPeng to do a WOL, however, another iPhone App does do a WOL (RemoteBoot WOL)

    Here's my settings (I blurred the MAC address, but it's the same on both):
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    Maybe your Mac doesnĺt accept WOL packets over port 3483.
    In theory it shouldnĺt matter but Macs have always been temperamental with WOL.
    Have you tried the port that other app uses?

    I think the most common port for WOL is 6 or 9 (always mix that up), iPeng uses 3483 because that theoretically needs to be open for Squeezeboxes to work correctly with LMS
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    New: iPeng 9, the Universal App for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch

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    Yes, I tried port 50000 and it did not work
    I use port 9 when I WOL from my MacBook Air (forgot that I have that in my WOL script).
    I'm away from my server now, but when I return I'll try with port 9 and let you know if it works
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    In Multiplayer control, what's the difference between the check with the line under it ant the check with the underline above it? (I think I understand the 3rd one with two checks being to sync players).
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    These show what you are going to select if you tap the button. The first one selects all players, the second one all players connected to the same server and the third one all players connected to other servers.
    The chain icons are for sync/unsync
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    Logitech UE Smart Radio as well as iPeng Party, the free Party-App,
    at penguinlovesmusic.com
    New: iPeng 9, the Universal App for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch

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    Remote Playback

    Currently running Logitech Media Server Version: 7.9.1 - 1494667952 on windows 10 and noted that remote playback on iPeng does not show my phone as a player outside my local network. I am forwarding ports 9000 TCP and 3483 TCP/UDP. This has worked well for several years. I can also see and control all my squeezebox players outside my local network. Have the port forward requirements changed or could this be an issue with the latest iPeng release? Any suggestions as to how to troubleshoot?

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    iPeng support thread

    No change, this should still work the same way.
    Are you maybe forwarding port 9000 to a different port outside your network?
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    Logitech UE Smart Radio as well as iPeng Party, the free Party-App,
    at penguinlovesmusic.com
    New: iPeng 9, the Universal App for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch

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    It was a firewall problem, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pippin View Post
    Maybe your Mac doesn’t accept WOL packets over port 3483.
    In theory it shouldn’t matter but Macs have always been temperamental with WOL.
    Have you tried the port that other app uses?

    I think the most common port for WOL is 6 or 9 (always mix that up), iPeng uses 3483 because that theoretically needs to be open for Squeezeboxes to work correctly with LMS
    Quote Originally Posted by Tony T View Post
    Yes, I tried port 50000 and it did not work
    I use port 9 when I WOL from my MacBook Air (forgot that I have that in my WOL script).
    I'm away from my server now, but when I return I'll try with port 9 and let you know if it works

    WOL working now.
    I changed the port to 9, and I also had to change the MAC address.

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