Thread: Internet afp
07-11-2006, 02:15 AM #1
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- Jun 09, 2006
I have an iMac connected to a netgear router (Wireless) and a MacBook.
File sharing is working great, using chronosync to, well err sync files.
My question is, how do I get the MacBook to sync with the iMac over the internet when I am away from home. Is there a way to mount the iMac hard drive on the MacBook remotely?
At the moment the MacBook cant connect to the afp address unless it does so directly with the iMac.
I'm guessing there is a port forwarding issue with the router, but I'm not clever enough to work out how to fix it.
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