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PostPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 10:40 am    Post subject: New user needs setup help with IVS Magic Reply with quote

I have winxp, installed DVArchive and WiNRS. I am trying to install IVSMagic and continue to get a "page load error" (Firefox can't establish a connection to the server at 192.168.0.1:8080).

The instructions ask that I port forward my pc
(The port-forwarding entries on the router should be setup in this way:

Router IP Port IVm IP Port
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 2112 -> 192.168.1.200 2112 )

however, the router does not permit me to use it's address.

Anyway, I am sure I need some guidance from an established user, and hope one of you can help me.

Thanks,
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 12:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

A couple of things to start with:

Due to potential conflicts, I use port 8888 rather than 8080 and have IVSM on its own IP. Edit IVSm.ini to make these changes.

Then edit IVSm-httpd.conf to include the Listens for IVSm IP:8888 and your replays, including the IVSm virtual replay IP:Port.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 12:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

What are your IP:Port assignments?

Is your Router IP 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1?

What about your PC for IVSM? and your replay(s)?

What are they for DVA and WiRNS?
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 1:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Router IP 192.168.0.1
PC IP: 192.168.0.111
Replay IP: 192.168.0.109
DVA IP: 192.168.0.111 port 8080

Somehow, now WiRNS cannot access the router anymore
(Firefox can't establish a connection to the server at 192.168.0.111.)
so I cannot determine it's IP address
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 2:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

WiRNS, DVA, and IVSM like to have their own IP and Port. After you change them to be unique for each app, restart each app.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 4:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

So, if
my router is 192.168.0.1
my pc is 192.168.0.111
my replay is 192.168.0.109

Should I assign
WiRNS to 192.168.0.44 (for example)? I thought the instructions said it should be assigned to my pc IP address!

My DVA works quite nicely. It has two servers:
the server is 192.168.0.111 (my pc!) on port 80
webserver is 192.168.0.111 on port 8080

Due to all the problems I only have DVArchive installed. I uninstalled WiRNS (it stopped working somehow) and IVSMagic.

I know you know more about this than me, but the instructions posted are not clear. I cannot "port forward" on my router, as shown in the instructions. I wish I could post a screenshot of my portforward page in my router...

Thanks! I hope not to confuse you, but being confused myself is like the blind leading the sighted!!!
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 5:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

pwreimers wrote:
So, if
my router is 192.168.0.1
my pc is 192.168.0.111
my replay is 192.168.0.109

Should I assign
WiRNS to 192.168.0.44 (for example)? I thought the instructions said it should be assigned to my pc IP address!

My DVA works quite nicely. It has two servers:
the server is 192.168.0.111 (my pc!) on port 80
webserver is 192.168.0.111 on port 8080



OK, no problem. Let's start from the beginning. All of the instructions assume that you are running only the application for which they're written.

First you need to set up three IP addresses for your PC. They can be 192.168.0.111, 192.168.0.112, 192.168.0.113 or any others. Imagine that your PC is three different boxes each of which is identified on your internal network by its unique IP address.

Leave DVA installed with IP 192.168.0.111.

Next install WiRNS and set its IP to 192.168.0.112, and its port to 19000.

Then install IVSM using IP 192.168.0.113 and ports of 8888 and 20000.

Port forwarding only comes into play for IVS transfers. So let's get the three applications coexisting on your PC then solve the router problems.

Do you know how to set up additional IP addresses for your PC?
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 5:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Additional ip addresses for my pc?

REALLY?

I have NO idea!
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 5:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

pwreimers wrote:
Additional ip addresses for my pc?

REALLY?

I have NO idea!


I didn't either when I first needed another address. I thought their was one IP per adapter. Anyway, here's what you do . . .

Go to Control Panel/Network Connections

Right-Click on Local Area Connection and select Properties

Select Internet Protocol, Properties, Advanced, Add

Enter an IP address and select Add, Repeat for the third IP

OK out and you now have three IP addresses for your PC.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 5:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I tried this. I added two:

192.168.0.44
192.168.0.55

After the addition, I cannot use the browser...I had to delete them to get back here...

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 5:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Is your first PC IP static or assigned by DHCP? It needs to be static. Also, use 192.168.0.1 (Router IP) for gateway and DNS. You set this up the same way you added the IP's.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 6:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks Frank! this is a learning experience for me...

okay... that took a while! I made a few too many mistakes..!!

I tried to turn the router into a static router, and that did not get me very far. I could not browse. So, I disabled the DHCP router, assigned three ip addresses.

I hope this gets me there!

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 8:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good! let me know how it goes.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 9:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Frank,

Okay. I have it setup. The router is not dynamic. I now have three ip addresses in the pc:

192.168.0.111 is the pc
192.168.0.107 is reserved for WiRNS
192.168.0.105 for IVSMagic

192.168.0.109 is what I use for my ReplayTV

What's next?

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 9:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Now you install the applications and check that each one starts and runs before going to the next one. Use the install instructions for each but with the IP addresses and ports we've already talked about.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 9:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

When I install WiRNS and use 192.168.0.107, I get the "firefox cannot connect" to 192.168.0.107 message.

In the LAConnection setup, I told the pc to use address 192.168.0.111 but when I query the connection, it tells me that the pc is 192.168.0.107.

This is pretty confusing. How do I know what my pc address is?
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 9:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Go to Start/Run enter cmd

In the command window enter ipconfig/all

Your PC IP's will be displayed.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 06, 2009 6:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well, Frank...I could not determine which of the three ip addresses the pc is using for itself...

So, since I had three reserved (as above) and I could not determine if .111 or .107 was being used by the pc, I figured I would try to bind WiRNS to .105. So, I went into my router, under port forwarding for 192.168.0.105 I told it to open TCP port 80 and UDP port 53 & 153, and saved the settings.

Then I did a repair of WiRNS, resulting in a reboot and request for new binding ip address and I used 192.168.0.105. Still, I cannot get access to the ip address for configuration purposes ("firefox can't establish connection" message).

So, I don't know what to try next. Any clue for the clueless? idea! idea! idea!

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 06, 2009 7:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

You don't need to forward any ports for WiRNS except the secondary web port.

Do you have a firewall? If so, add an exception for 80, 53, 123 and WiRNS Service Monitor.exe.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 06, 2009 8:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for your help Frank. I am still lost and trying to understand what is going on.

I got to the firewall settings, and the WiRNS Service Monitor.exe was already an exception, so I opened TCP 80, UDPs 53 & 153. At first I permitted all (including the internet) to have access to those ports, but I got scared and changed it to my network only.

I tried all three ip addresses for the WiRNS address bind yet none of them can get access to WiRNS for configuration. I changed the binding address by running the setup program multiple times, using the repair button to force a reboot and request for the new WiRNS address.

I disabled the router port forwards.

Now what nod ?
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 06, 2009 8:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The UDP ports are 53 and 123 (not 153) and they should be open to the internet.

Does the WiRNS Service Monitor run? Is the WiRNS icon in the Taskbar?
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 06, 2009 8:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Okay, I fixed the UDP port number and opened all of them to the internet.

Yes, the WiRNS icon is (always has been available) in the taskbar.

I tried a reboot and the icon never turned green, as it always had before. It was through the green icon that I tried to do the configuration guide update that always gave the failed firefox message.

That icon remained yellow until I did an uninstall (repair failed) and now it remains red.

Microsoft requested 25 error messages all generated by WiRNS.

I am going to reboot to see if the icon returns (I bet it does not) and am contemplating deleting the entire C:\WiRNS subfolder...???

I won't do that, unless you think it's a good idea.

Thanks Frank. I appreciate your help!
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 06, 2009 9:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I don't think deleting the folder will help.

Once you've rebooted the PC and WiRNS has loaded, if the icon is red check the monitor to see if WiRNS has started. If not, try to start it.

Also, check the debug logfile to see if there are errors. In fact, copy and paste the logfile and debug logfiles here.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 06, 2009 9:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well, I had uninstalled WiRNS as the repair did not work. After reboot I attempted to reinstall WiRNS and received this error message:
Service 'WiRNS.exe' (WiRNS.exe) failed to start. Verify you have sufficient priveledges to start system services.

THat took me by surprise. I restored the system to yesterday's state, opened ports and services on the firewall and added static ips as before. Then I rebooted and reinstalled WiRNS sucessfully.

Logs:
DEBUG:
[2009.03.05 16:48:36] Auto-discovery failed!
[2009.03.05 16:48:42] IsReplayAlive(192.168.0.111): couldn't connect
[2009.03.05 16:48:43] RNS Socket error: 10049
[2009.03.05 16:48:43] RNS Socket error: 10049
[2009.03.05 16:48:44] UPNP Listener(): System.Net.Sockets.SocketException: The requested address is not valid in its context
at System.Net.Sockets.Socket.DoBind(EndPoint endPointSnapshot, SocketAddress socketAddress)
at System.Net.Sockets.Socket.Bind(EndPoint localEP)
at WiRNS.UDPMulticastListener.StartListener()
[2009.03.05 16:48:44] DNS Socket Error: AddressNotAvailable
[2009.03.05 16:48:44] Host:
[2009.03.05 16:48:44] [NTP] Socket Error: AddressNotAvailable
[2009.03.05 16:50:45] [NTP] Socket Error: AddressNotAvailable
[2009.03.05 16:50:45] DNS Socket Error: AddressNotAvailable
[2009.03.05 16:50:45] Host:
[2009.03.05 20:33:42] IsReplayAlive(192.168.0.111): couldn't connect
[2009.03.05 20:37:35] IsReplayAlive(192.168.0.111): couldn't connect
[2009.03.05 20:41:10] IsReplayAlive(192.168.0.111): couldn't connect
[2009.03.06 07:19:13] IsReplayAlive(192.168.0.111): couldn't connect
[2009.03.06 07:22:53] IsReplayAlive(192.168.0.111): couldn't connect
[2009.03.06 07:41:23] IsReplayAlive(192.168.0.111): couldn't connect
[2009.03.06 07:50:06] IsReplayAlive(192.168.0.111): couldn't connect
[2009.03.06 08:32:46] IsReplayAlive(192.168.0.111): couldn't connect
[2009.03.06 08:36:17] IsReplayAlive(192.168.0.111): couldn't connect
[2009.03.06 09:16:31] Couldn't start server on: 192.168.0.111:44
[2009.03.06 09:16:31] Couldn't start server on: 192.168.0.111:29000
[2009.03.06 09:16:31] Couldn't start server on: 127.0.0.1:8923
[2009.03.06 09:16:31] DNS Socket Error: AddressAlreadyInUse
[2009.03.06 09:16:31] [NTP] Socket Error: AddressAlreadyInUse
[2009.03.06 09:16:31] Host:

LOGFILE: I only included the most recent...
[2009.03.06 09:25:12] ********************************************
[2009.03.06 09:29:15] ********************************************
[2009.03.06 09:29:37] ********************************************
[2009.03.06 09:30:04] ********************************************
[2009.03.06 09:30:29] ********************************************
[2009.03.06 09:30:53] ********************************************
[2009.03.06 09:31:18] ********************************************
[2009.03.06 09:31:44] ********************************************
[2009.03.06 09:33:36] ********************************************
[2009.03.06 09:33:58] ********************************************
[2009.03.06 09:34:28] ********************************************
[2009.03.06 09:36:21] ********************************************
[2009.03.06 09:38:47] ********************************************
[2009.03.06 09:39:10] ********************************************
[2009.03.06 09:39:35] ********************************************
[2009.03.06 09:39:59] ********************************************
[2009.03.06 09:40:24] ********************************************
[2009.03.06 09:40:49] ********************************************
[2009.03.06 09:41:15] ********************************************
[2009.03.06 10:25:55] ********************************************
[2009.03.06 10:25:55] Starting WiRNS as a Service
[2009.03.06 10:25:56] Checking Database...
[2009.03.06 10:25:56] Backing up database to: C:\WiRNS\WiRNS.db.startup
[2009.03.06 10:25:59] Backing up C:\WiRNS\dnra.db to: C:\WiRNS\dnra.db.startup
[2009.03.06 10:26:00] Backing up C:\WiRNS\ivsxfer.db to: C:\WiRNS\ivsxfer.db.startup
[2009.03.06 10:26:01] Checking WiRNS database integrity...
[2009.03.06 10:26:02] WiRNS database Integrity Check: Passed.
[2009.03.06 10:26:02] Creating the productionCrew table.
[2009.03.06 10:26:02] Restoring Table:productionCrew
[2009.03.06 10:26:04] Finished Restoring Table:productionCrew
[2009.03.06 10:26:04] Creating the replays table.
[2009.03.06 10:26:04] Restoring Table:replays
[2009.03.06 10:26:05] Finished Restoring Table:replays
[2009.03.06 10:26:05] Creating the ivsxfer table.
[2009.03.06 10:26:05] Restoring Table:ivsxfer
[2009.03.06 10:26:05] Finished Restoring Table:ivsxfer
[2009.03.06 10:26:05] Done Checking Database
[2009.03.06 10:26:05] WiRNS v2.0 build 0 revision 0
[2009.03.06 10:26:05] (c) 2004-2007 rbolen70 and Glenn1963
[2009.03.06 10:26:05] Portions (c) 2003-2004 kjac
[2009.03.06 10:26:05] Thanks: ijprest, waynethedvrguy, Remmer99, gduprey, LeeThompson, j.m., archdog99, FlipFlop, The Dreamer, chriv, hdonzis and all the other Replay Hackers out there.
[2009.03.06 10:26:05] Initializing.
[2009.03.06 10:26:05] Loading configuration
[2009.03.06 10:26:05] Loading Defaults
[2009.03.06 10:26:05] Starting WiRNS
[2009.03.06 10:26:05] Configured to update guide at: 2009.03.06 10:41 AM
[2009.03.06 10:26:15] Loading configuration
[2009.03.06 10:26:15] Attempting to auto-discover all ReplayTVs...
[2009.03.06 10:26:26] Finished discovering ReplayTVs...
[2009.03.06 10:26:26] No new ReplayTVs discovered
[2009.03.06 10:26:26] Fetching data for ZipCode: 84102
[2009.03.06 10:26:26] Found Cable Lineup (not in use): Salt Lake City - Comcast
[2009.03.06 10:26:26] Found Lineup (not in use): Salt Lake City - Comcast (Digital)
[2009.03.06 10:26:26] Found Satellite Lineup (not in use): DISH, Salt Lake City
[2009.03.06 10:26:26] Found Satellite Lineup (not in use): DirecTV, Salt Lake City
[2009.03.06 10:26:26] Found Antenna Lineup (not in use): Antenna (Over The Air) 84102
[2009.03.06 10:26:26] Found Satellite Lineup (not in use): DirecTV, National
[2009.03.06 10:26:26] Found Satellite Lineup (not in use): DISH, National
[2009.03.06 10:26:26] Loading configuration
[2009.03.06 10:26:29] Refreshing Replays.
[2009.03.06 10:26:29] Refreshing RecordingGuide for: Living Room(192.168.0.109)
[2009.03.06 10:26:31] Parsed 77/77 entries.
[2009.03.06 10:26:31] Refreshing RecordingGuide for: wendy-n-pete(192.168.0.111)
[2009.03.06 10:26:31] Parsed 77/77 entries.
[2009.03.06 10:26:31] Refreshing Replays done.
[2009.03.06 10:26:31] Refreshing ReplayGuide information.
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] Added 58 ReplayGuide shows for Living Room
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] Added 58 ReplayGuide shows for wendy-n-pete
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] Added 0 ReplayGuide shows for all
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] Refreshing ReplayGuide information done.
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] Checking for shows to hide from Poopli.
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] Checking for shows to hide from Poopli done.
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] Updating ReplayGuide flags.
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] Updating ReplayGuide flags done.
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] Detected configuration settings.
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] Starting Replay Emulation server on: 192.168.0.111:44
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] Loading server plugins.
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] Loading ReplayZone genre data.
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] Plugin: ChannelGuideProvider.dll (2.0.2875.26572) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] Plugin: ChannelRemap.dll (2.0.2991.34043) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] [PLUGIN] GetNextCall window start is 45 minutes after Guide Update Start Time
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] Plugin: GetNextCall.dll (2.0.2830.16073) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] Plugin: GetShellCommands.dll (2.0.3105.21288) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] Plugin: GuideServer.dll (2.0.3179.8996) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] Loading Production Crew Data
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] Plugin: HeadendProvider.dll (2.0.2988.13048) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] Plugin: IVS.dll (2.0.3152.21302) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] [PLUGIN] IVSProvider loading permanent entries from C:\WiRNS\IVSProvider.conf
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] [PLUGIN] IVSProvider added 0 entries from C:\WiRNS\IVSProvider.conf.
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] [PLUGIN] IVSProvider loading cached entries from C:\WiRNS\IVSProvider.cache
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] [PLUGIN] IVSProvider added 1 entries from C:\WiRNS\IVSProvider.cache.
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] Plugin: IVSProvider.dll (2.0.3166.34689) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Plugin: LoginAuthLogout.dll (2.0.3079.11769) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Plugin: NoPhoneNumbers.dll (2.0.2830.16175) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Plugin: NoServers.dll (2.0.2830.16194) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Plugin: NoSoftwareUpdate.dll (2.0.2830.16201) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Plugin: PutSyslogProvider.dll (2.0.2830.16206) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Plugin: RemoteControl.dll (2.0.2830.16213) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Plugin: RSS.NET.dll (2.0.2829.20490) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Plugin: ServerManagement.dll (2.0.3175.11082) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Plugin: XactProvider.dll (2.0.3079.11764) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Plugin: ZipcodeProvider.dll (2.0.3079.11762) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Replay Network Server Emulation started.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Starting IVSTracker for Living Room on: 192.168.0.111:29000
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Loading server plugins.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Plugin: IVS.dll (2.0.3152.21302) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] [PLUGIN] IVSProvider loading permanent entries from C:\WiRNS\IVSProvider.conf
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] [PLUGIN] IVSProvider added 0 entries from C:\WiRNS\IVSProvider.conf.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] [PLUGIN] IVSProvider loading cached entries from C:\WiRNS\IVSProvider.cache
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] [PLUGIN] IVSProvider added 1 entries from C:\WiRNS\IVSProvider.cache.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Plugin: IVSProvider.dll (2.0.3166.34689) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Plugin: ServerManagement.dll (2.0.3175.11082) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Replay Network Server Emulation started.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Starting UPNP
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Starting configuration server on 127.0.0.1:8923
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Loading server plugins.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Plugin: IVS.dll (2.0.3152.21302) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] [PLUGIN] IVSProvider loading permanent entries from C:\WiRNS\IVSProvider.conf
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] [PLUGIN] IVSProvider added 0 entries from C:\WiRNS\IVSProvider.conf.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] [PLUGIN] IVSProvider loading cached entries from C:\WiRNS\IVSProvider.cache
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] [PLUGIN] IVSProvider added 1 entries from C:\WiRNS\IVSProvider.cache.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Plugin: IVSProvider.dll (2.0.3166.34689) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Plugin: ServerManagement.dll (2.0.3175.11082) loaded.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Replay Network Server Emulation started.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Starting NTP Proxy
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] [NTP] Detected Windows Time Service. Temporarily stopping it to run proxy.
[2009.03.06 10:26:33] Starting DNS Proxy
[2009.03.06 10:26:34] **************************************
[2009.03.06 10:26:34] Time Synchronizer (C)2001 Valer BOCAN <vbocan@dataman.ro>
[2009.03.06 10:26:34] Simple Network Time Protocol (see RFC 2030)
[2009.03.06 10:26:34] Modified for WiRNS by rbolen70
[2009.03.06 10:26:34] Connecting to: ntp-production.replaytv.net
[2009.03.06 10:26:34] Local time: 2009.03.06 10:26:34 AM
[2009.03.06 10:26:34] Precision: 3.53369412955677E+75 ms
[2009.03.06 10:26:34] Poll Interval: 16 s
[2009.03.06 10:26:34] Reference ID: 192.168.98.63 (192.168.98.63)
[2009.03.06 10:26:34] Root Dispersion: 30.7159423828125 ms
[2009.03.06 10:26:34] Round Trip Delay: 63 ms
[2009.03.06 10:26:34] Local Clock Offset: -66 ms
[2009.03.06 10:26:34] **************************************
[2009.03.06 10:26:34] Remote show sending enabled!
[2009.03.06 10:26:34] New WiRNSMon.exe found. Upgrading WiRNSMon...
[2009.03.06 10:26:35] Scheduling JIT Recordings
[2009.03.06 10:26:35] Scheduling JIT Recordings complete
[2009.03.06 10:26:35] Stopping jit logger
[2009.03.06 10:26:35] Ready to intercept/proxy ReplayTV requests
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 06, 2009 9:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

pwreimers wrote:
[2009.03.06 10:26:32] Starting Replay Emulation server on: 192.168.0.111:44


You appear to have your "WiRNS IP" configured for 192.168.0.111 instead of 192.168.0.107 that you said that you wanted to use. And, it appears that you have your "Primary Web Port" configured for 44 instead of 80...

Henry
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 06, 2009 10:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This all looks good so far. The debug log is from earlier attempts.

I assume the WiRNS icon is green now.

In WiRNS Configuration/Replays you need to enter a channel guide provider for each replay.

At the replay, go to Menu/Setup/Network and Input Settings/Change Network and make the Gateway 192.168.0.1 and DNS1 192.168.0.111

Go to WiRNS/Administration and rotate the logs.

Restart WiRNS and copy/paste the logs.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 06, 2009 10:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks again.

From Henry's post: I repaired WiRNS and used 192.168.0.107 as it appears I can use that as long as I have that in my Local Area Connection TCP/IP advanced settings. Regarding TCP 44: once upon a time both WiRNS and DVArchive did work when I still had the dynamic router running. Sooooo....since DVArchive squawked when I attempted to change the port from 80 to something else...I changed WiRNS to use port44...yikes? Seems like I cannot change that now....

So, I added TCP44 to the open port list. No luck yet. After this post I will try a reboot and see if that works.

On to Frank's task:
The ReplayTV got an "invalid response from the name server" when I tried DSN1 at 192.168.0.107 (I have changed WiRNS back to that address per Henry's suggestion) and timed out with DNS1 at 192.168.0.111.

At this time I cannot rotate logs.

Also, just to make sure...all along, I have been leaving the ReplayTV unit (192.168.0.109) in the "download" state for some shows from Poopli. They have been progressing along all this time. Will that affect any of this configuration work?

Pete
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 06, 2009 11:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The point of using multiple IP addresses is so that you can have multiple servers using port 80. The Replays communicate with each other using port 80, so if you want your Replay to "see" DVArchive, then DVArchive has to be on port 80 (not very useful when it's not on port 80). Same for WiRNS. If you only want WiRNS to get stuff from your Replay and be able to give it guide updates and such, then you could leave WiRNS on port 44. However, now that you have WiRNS on its own IP address, there isn't any reason not to configure WiRNS for port 80 so that the Replay can "see" it. If you were going to leave WiRNS on port 44, then there really wouldn't be any reason to give it a separate IP address from DVA since there would no longer be any conflict...

In addition, since nothing is going to communicate with WiRNS on port 44 (except you'd have to use that port number in your browser), there really isn't much point in opening that port number...

As far as LAN configuration, the confusion is that even though you said you wanted to use 192.168.0.107 for WiRNS, you configured WiRNS for 192.168.0.111, so all the instructions were for configuring your network for 192.168.0.111. The correct instructions are that whatever IP address that you configure WiRNS, that's what you should configure as the DNS for your Replay. So, if you change WiRNS to 192.168.0.107, then the correct DNS for your Replay is also 192.168.0.107...

In addition, make sure that DNS2 is either blank or also the WiRNS IP address...

As Frank pointed out, if you want WiRNS to load up a channel guide, you need to configure the Replay in WiRNS to have the provider that you want to use for that Replay. Then when you perform an "Update Guide" it will download the channel guide that you selected...
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 13, 2009 7:49 pm    Post subject: Checklist needed: WiRNS settings for IVSMagic install Reply with quote

I had a VERY serious problem with my windows xp os installation! A system restore resulted in an unescapable situation (finger)!!!!! I had to reinstall the os and all programs. And, most likely it is a user problem !

Currently, DVArchive recognizes my living room rtv and wirns does, too, so that's good news. Certainly progress from the prior situation having WiRNS on port 44!!! once again: .

Now, onto reading how to setup WiRNS to run in conjunction with IVSMagic!unibrow


I want to thank you for your help. Utahns say: 'presh8cha! It's pretty funny to hear...

Pete
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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2012 5:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

i was going over these threads and decided to try seperate ips even though all was good on my xp comp on just one. with the help of these experts and my slowly inceasing comp savoy(okay!) it only took a few minutes and a restart to get ivsm working on its new ip. thanks guys! the reason why im looking aroung is that on my w7 comp ivsm has stopped again, ill try this there and get back on those threads. ---d
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