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  1. Good it's question of your security, but if...

    Good it's question of your security, but if Philips would talk over defined TCP Ports, you expose this port to the internet on the firewall and there you go, control your TV from everywhere. Again,...
  2. that was exactely what i was asking: manual setup...

    that was exactely what i was asking: manual setup of the peer. Something like a "advanced" button or "expert settings" or something like this.

    Don't get me wrong, i appreciate if something works...
  3. A house with multiple flats all the same wifi....

    A house with multiple flats all the same wifi. Similar to a hotel, and from what i saw we're the only one with a Philips TV :)

    The idea with registering device and remote is not necessarely a...
  4. Jap, issue seems to be that it must be in the...

    Jap, issue seems to be that it must be in the same broadcast domain. Traversing an IP router definitely fails :(

    Why such a feature makes sense? Imaging a Hotel, the customers in the rooms should...
  5. Blocking traffic between members of a wifi...

    Blocking traffic between members of a wifi network is in the 802.11 specification when being in infrastrucutre/accesspoint mode. A very basic feature, just very few end-user-accesspoints implement...
  6. Just simple security. WiFi devices should not...

    Just simple security. WiFi devices should not talk to each other. If you can achieve a controlled way through a firewall, you always prefere that. And with today's smart devices, they can cause...
  7. Manually setup TV in MyRemoteApp / direct IP communication?

    Hi there

    I'd like to use our Galaxy P6800 (Android 3.2, MyRemote 2.0.1) against a 46PFL8606K(Q5551-0.14.95.0). Since we want to disable intra-BSS communication (WiFi device can't talk to other...
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