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April 6, 2016 at 10:40 in reply to: Not supported on the type of Mac (MacBook Pro 2011, Snow Leopard 10.6.8) #10829
1. `sysctl -n machdep.cpu.brand_string
Genuine Intel (R) CPU 1500 @ 2.00 GHz`
Doesn’t say Core Duo, but it is one
2. `sysctl hw.cpu64bit_capable
I never noticed the 64 bit requirement. Thanks Zag.
“NoMachine would list your public IP if you had enabled UPnP”
What I was expecting was that NoMachine would test if it could communicate on that port, and if it could, would display the IP:port combination.
So, because, NoMachine was only displaying the local port, I assumed that it wasn’t getting communications. I never actually tested connectivity. Once I did, I could connect from the WAN with no issue. So, I’m happy about that 🙂
I would suggest that if port 4000 or whatever the user has set it to are already open, the Connection Status window should reflect that- it hardly matters whether or not UPnP is enabled.
Similarly, if the user clicks GW and the (uneditable prefilled) port is found to be already open, there should never be an error message, as it doesn’t matter that the application cannot map the port.
Finally, the GW port should be made editable if UPnP is not being employed (an additional check box too).April 5, 2016 at 08:47 in reply to: Not supported on the type of Mac (MacBook Pro 2011, Snow Leopard 10.6.8) #10818