*** NEW ISSUE IDENTIFIED **** I see a definite issue: I have 2 connections defined with two different Internet IDs and when I open them they go to the same computer. I think I'll need to share IDs with you. But here's the fact: On Monitor 1.. the File Server connection is set to ID ending in 173, and Playout #1 is set to ID ending in 406. These connections match the IDs assigned to the hosts. When I open these, they both open host ID ending in 406. I have the #2 desktop in both open tabs. Seems something has gone wrong in your ID server. You can tell these two different connections went to the same computer because I have the same document showing in both tabs which is fr om the #2 computer. Wh ere is this problem, in the ID server?
I put Viwer on #1 and it sees the File Server as On Line and is able to connect with full control. So, on the far side of the switch, file server is connectable. outside the switch it is not. But outside the swtich #1 and #3 are online and connectable under full control. What's the difference with File Server and #2 vs #1 and #3???
Unfortunately, though #3 has an interesting error, it is not one that is misbehaving. I was hoping the log from #2 would have told us something. I'm going to make a drawing of the topology, as it is hard to form a picture in your mind I think from my description. One more time though- File Server, and #1, #2, & #3 play out computers are on one switch. That switch is on a network with some other computers, one of which has viwers set up for all four of those computers. Lets call this monitor 1. I am off site across the internet lets call this monitor 2. (all running 220.127.116.11 utilities. ) Here's the situation right now (which is supported by the two image files of screen captures) From Monitor 2, - File Server is online, but connection never completes - File Server can be connected for file transfer. - #2 is offline. - #1 & #2 are online and can be connected full control.
From Monitor 1 (Controlled from Monitor 2, as I am off site) - All of the 4 computers behind the switch are seen as online. - The File server and #1 will not complete full control connect. but they show as logged on. - #2 and #3 complete the full control connection
Since I cannot get full control connection to the File Server, from either monitor location, I cannot check what the situation is right now behind the switch.
Computer identification is in order... we call #1 Ch 22, @2, Ch28, and #3, Ch 98 Again, if you would like access to these machines, that can be arranged. This is a test bed; there is nothing here that we are concerned about security wise.
I will check to see of the legacy capture mode helps get access to the file server as it is at least showing ONLINE from Monitor 1 and 2.