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LM app settings
Hi all,
in the remote settings of the app I should set the IP URL for the port forwarding like

The port is not the standard (443) and I cannot connect.

The only solution is connecting by web browser?


Can you explain this once more please?
(10.11.2020, 08:44)Daniel. Wrote: Can you explain this once more please?

Thank you Daniel for your response. I would like to use Logic Machine app to connect to LM. In order to connect in remote I do not use your cloud but simply IP address of site on the web. Hence the settings should be the following:

home: ip address of LM on the network.

remote: ip address of LM on web (static IP).

It is a simply port forwarding but I do not use the standard port (80 or 443) but other. Hence in order to connect I should use the following syntax:

static_ip_address:40443 (https port if I use android app)
static_ip_address:40080 (http port if I use IOS app)

Can I do that? Because in this way it does not work.

The only way is use in home configuration the static_IP_address (http port) but what happen if I am at home the internet is down?

I hope to be cleared.

OK, this is clear now. I think the only what you can do is to use two devices at home tab. One with local IP and second with IP:port. This can be only http not https.

also as I know possible to create more network configurations for LM than one. If you have router you can try to do port forwarding using 443 port in router and route it to second IP. First IP can be just in home network..It depends from your router. If its allow - IP for remote connection can be totally different than local network...

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