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Kitty Zenner

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  1. iOS device can not see Mac

    tried to ping ( never did this before ) My mac tells me that all the pack that are transmitted are received, no packet loss iphone tells the same story. What does this mean? For the moment Alfred is using port 62378 however I have no idea how to check whether this port is blocked. I checked activity controle, Alfred Remote server seems to be running (it records CPU and treads).
  2. 1) Both iOS device and Mac are connected to the same WiFi (MAC: IP:192.168.1.6 subnetmasker 255.255.255.0 router: 192.168.1.1, IOS: IP:192.168.1.2 subnetmasker 255.255.255.0 router: 192.168.1.1) 2) we use our Home network 3) I restarted Mac and IOS device 4) iOS device can not see Mac 5)I allowed Alfred as incomming network connections, to my knowlage i do not use network-restriction applications. I have tried it with my iPhone and the iPad, Both do not work. I tried it by direct connection, does not work. I tried it by Bluetooth, but for Some reason i can not make a Bluetooth connection. How can I make the remote connection? Thanks
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