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=?ISO-8859-1?Q?Johan_H=FCbner?=
2004-04-20, 06:24
This is definitely a really RTFM-question, but I cannot seem to find the
answer. What port should I forward if I want to use Softsqueeze from
outside my network?

/Johan
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mherger
2004-04-20, 06:34
> This is definitely a really RTFM-question, but I cannot seem to find the
> answer. What port should I forward if I want to use Softsqueeze from
> outside my network?

You're right, it is in the Owner's Guide that came with the Squeezbox (and
is downloadable from slimdevices.com), page 19: "You must st allow for
communication to ports 9000, 9090, and 3483 on both TCP and
UDP."

Regards,

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Michael

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=?ISO-8859-1?Q?Johan_H=FCbner?=
2004-04-20, 06:46
Michael Herger wrote:

>> This is definitely a really RTFM-question, but I cannot seem to find
>> the answer. What port should I forward if I want to use Softsqueeze
>> from outside my network?
>
>
> You're right, it is in the Owner's Guide that came with the Squeezbox
> (and is downloadable from slimdevices.com), page 19: "You must st allow
> for communication to ports 9000, 9090, and 3483 on both TCP and
> UDP."
>
> Regards,
>
Well - I may be excused for not owning a Squeezebox but only a Slimp3
(or for being a lazy b*stard). THANKS!

/Johan

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=?ISO-8859-1?Q?Johan_H=FCbner?=
2004-04-20, 06:54
Michael Herger wrote:

>> This is definitely a really RTFM-question, but I cannot seem to find
>> the answer. What port should I forward if I want to use Softsqueeze
>> from outside my network?
>
>
> You're right, it is in the Owner's Guide that came with the Squeezbox
> (and is downloadable from slimdevices.com), page 19: "You must st allow
> for communication to ports 9000, 9090, and 3483 on both TCP and
> UDP."
>
> Regards,
>

Btw - what is port 9090 for? I use 9000 for the webinterface and I
suppose that 3483 is communication between the server and the player,
but 9090?

/Johan

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mherger
2004-04-20, 07:04
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> Btw - what is port 9090 for? I use 9000 for the webinterface and I
> suppose that 3483 is communication between the server and the player,
> but 9090?

It's for the CLI:

http://yourslimserver:9000/html/docs/crestronCLI.html

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Michael

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Jason Holtzapple
2004-04-20, 07:07
Johan Hübner wrote:
> Michael Herger wrote:
>
>>> This is definitely a really RTFM-question, but I cannot seem to find
>>> the answer. What port should I forward if I want to use Softsqueeze
>>> from outside my network?
>>
>>
>>
>> You're right, it is in the Owner's Guide that came with the Squeezbox
>> (and is downloadable from slimdevices.com), page 19: "You must st
>> allow for communication to ports 9000, 9090, and 3483 on both TCP and
>> UDP."
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>
> Btw - what is port 9090 for? I use 9000 for the webinterface and I
> suppose that 3483 is communication between the server and the player,
> but 9090?

The Command Line Interface.

--Jason

=?ISO-8859-1?Q?Johan_H=FCbner?=
2004-04-20, 07:12
Jason Holtzapple wrote:

> Johan Hübner wrote:
>
>> Michael Herger wrote:
>>
>>>> This is definitely a really RTFM-question, but I cannot seem to find
>>>> the answer. What port should I forward if I want to use Softsqueeze
>>>> from outside my network?
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> You're right, it is in the Owner's Guide that came with the Squeezbox
>>> (and is downloadable from slimdevices.com), page 19: "You must st
>>> allow for communication to ports 9000, 9090, and 3483 on both TCP and
>>> UDP."
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>>
>>
>> Btw - what is port 9090 for? I use 9000 for the webinterface and I
>> suppose that 3483 is communication between the server and the player,
>> but 9090?
>
>
> The Command Line Interface.
>
> --Jason
If I want to use Softsqueeze - is it necessary to open that port? I
would prefer to open as few ports as possible...

Thanks Jason anch Michael!

/J


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Jason Holtzapple
2004-04-20, 07:26
Johan Hübner wrote:
> Jason Holtzapple wrote:
>
>> Johan Hübner wrote:
>>
>>> Michael Herger wrote:
>>> Btw - what is port 9090 for? I use 9000 for the webinterface and I
>>> suppose that 3483 is communication between the server and the player,
>>> but 9090?
>>
>>
>>
>> The Command Line Interface.
>>
>> --Jason
>
> If I want to use Softsqueeze - is it necessary to open that port? I
> would prefer to open as few ports as possible...

No, it should work fine without 9090!

> Thanks Jason anch Michael!

Daryle A. Tilroe
2004-04-20, 18:56
Jason Holtzapple wrote:

> Johan Hübner wrote:
>
>>Jason Holtzapple wrote:
>>
>>>Johan Hübner wrote:
>>>
>>>>Michael Herger wrote:
>>>>Btw - what is port 9090 for? I use 9000 for the webinterface and I
>>>>suppose that 3483 is communication between the server and the player,
>>>>but 9090?
>>>
>>>The Command Line Interface.
>>
>>If I want to use Softsqueeze - is it necessary to open that port? I
>>would prefer to open as few ports as possible...
>
> No, it should work fine without 9090!

And if you don't want to use the webinterface i.e. only softsqueeze
do you only need to open port 3483?

--
Daryle A. Tilroe

kevin
2004-04-20, 20:03
Hi,

If you block port 9000 you shouldn't be able to get any audio using
SoftSqueeze. You will need at a bare minimum 3483 and 9000.

Regards,
Kevin P.

On Apr 20, 2004, at 6:56 PM, Daryle A. Tilroe wrote:

> Jason Holtzapple wrote:
>
>> Johan Hübner wrote:
>>> Jason Holtzapple wrote:
>>>
>>>> Johan Hübner wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Michael Herger wrote:
>>>>> Btw - what is port 9090 for? I use 9000 for the webinterface and I
>>>>> suppose that 3483 is communication between the server and the
>>>>> player, but 9090?
>>>>
>>>> The Command Line Interface.
>>>
>>> If I want to use Softsqueeze - is it necessary to open that port? I
>>> would prefer to open as few ports as possible...
>> No, it should work fine without 9090!
>
> And if you don't want to use the webinterface i.e. only softsqueeze
> do you only need to open port 3483?
>
> --
> Daryle A. Tilroe
>
>