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X10Relayer over Intranet?
« on: January 02, 2011, 07:26:17 am »

Does X10Relayer work to connect the apps on a local machine only, or will it connect all machines running on ethernet on my home LAN?

This could be the gateway solution to the multiple CM15A on multiple machines conundrum.
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Re: X10Relayer over Intranet?
« Reply #1 on: January 02, 2011, 08:25:36 am »

X10Relayer does both! ;)
Having all programs on one machine talk to each other was as important to me as talking to all PCs on my home network!
Althought I could have multi CM15 or Cm19 My wife hates to many things connected to her PC.
I also never hear her call me from the office. now she can Page me via PCC and my dinner never gets cold! (RoFL)
Very few programs will let a server and client run on the same machine not to mention a server and 99 clients.
Now If you had that many client apps running you would need a wack of memory and a powerful CPU I would think.
The most I've had running on one machine has been the server (x10Relayer) and 4 client apps.
Now the client apps weren't using much from the CPU but that would be a restriction as well.
One will have to experiment to see what all aps can talk on the same machine for now my programs work together but I guess if they were all running to their max I may have an issue. :-\
« Last Edit: August 31, 2011, 08:28:29 am by Tuicemen »
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