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Server can't see a slave
Last post Wed, Oct 29 2014 by Paul, 5 replies.
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Posted on Tue, Oct 28 2014 15:18
by info_9427
Joined on Thu, Nov 04 2004, Posts 57

i'm in the middle of a project and suddenly the server can't see the slave in VEP. Network sharing works as usual and both can access internet. What should I try? I'm using Cubase 7.5 on Windows 8.1 and the slave has Windows 7.

Posted on Wed, Oct 29 2014 11:21
by info_9427
Joined on Thu, Nov 04 2004, Posts 57

It seems that VEP stopped broadcasting the slave instances for no apparent reason. I can connect manually but that is a pain with dynamic addresses and several instances. Any suggestions?

Posted on Wed, Oct 29 2014 13:12
by DG
Joined on Wed, May 12 2004, Posts 8608

You should be using fixed IP. I know that doesn't help you now, but once you change to that system, you won't get this problem again.

DG

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48GB RAM
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Posted on Wed, Oct 29 2014 13:51
by info_9427
Joined on Thu, Nov 04 2004, Posts 57

I know fixed IP would be better for VEP but that would either prevent me from accessing internet or force me to buy a router. I've been using this exact setup for almost a year now and haven't run into this problem.

Posted on Wed, Oct 29 2014 14:16
by Paul
Joined on Sat, Aug 03 2002, Vienna, Posts 12889

Hi, 

Try the following: Deactivate the Firewalls on your Windows Machine (you can discconnect from the internet to do this). 

Then make sure that these ports are open: 

- 6472 (TCP)

- 6473 (TCP)

- 6474 (UDP)

- 6475 (UDP)

- 6476 (UDP)

- 6477 (UDP)

1) Click "Start" and type "fire" in the search window 

2) choose "Firewall with Advanced Security" 

3) Click "Inbound Rules" in the upper left corner of the window

4) Click "New Rule".

5) Choose "Port", then "TCP" in the next window, and enter the ports. 

Do the same for the UDP ports.

Does that help?Best, Paul
Paul Kopf
Product Manager - Vienna Symphonic Library
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