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It's gonna be vista all over again? lol
Originally Posted by Bootlegninja
Has anyone tried anything like this to force Win to port replicate or port forward data from one port to another,
Normally i'd just set up a router to do it myself but thats a bit complex for most home routers..
i downloaded a program called my ports at www.fewbyte.com and it said that the port 445 is open snd used for SMB and 139 was open also. is that open but still not working??
Yes port 445 works and is open when using the Open PS2 loader to play backup games over the Network with Windows 7
Originally Posted by NODOUTT
I did a netstat when trying SMS and it shows port 139
But using PS2Client Loader 1.3.1 also shows as using Port 139 and it works, as Radhost Client connects without using either of those ports.
Proto Local Address Foreign Address State
TCP 192.168.1.3:50602 192.168.1.7:18193 ESTABLISHED
I guess like Bootlegninja says if EEUG could code a Port Selector into SMS, then that should work. Not sure why Windows 7 won't use Port 445 for SMS, but will for Open PS2 loader.
Is it posible to listen radio stations over the internet with sms player?
And if it is, what settings are to be made?
No. SMS does not have internet radio capability. It would definitely be a cool addition if EEUG decides to pick back up with programming or share the source with other programmers here.
Another homebrew program called MYPS2 plays internet radio - http://psx-scene.com/forums/official-myps2-english-forum/
PS2-Linux also plays internet radio (xmms and mplayer programs on the distro both play internet radio) - http://psx-scene.com/forums/ps2-linux/
PS2 v9 NTSC, PS2 v12 NTSC, PS2 v15 VESA