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Old 09-03-2011
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Access files on Mac from anywhere

I wanted to acquire a file as of my Mac, but it is at home and I am at work. How regarding listening to the iTunes Library when I am at a friend?s house or superior yet starting a tiny online radio station my friends can tune into? Do you have any idea that how can I do that. If you have anything that can help me to do that then please let me know that. I will appreciate each and every reply on this. Thank you so much in advance for reading and replying to this post.
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Re: Access files on Mac from anywhere

I think that you will have to make use of the FTP and Secure FTP by means of SSH every time. I would like to say you that this is more secure as well as more of a standard. It will not need any other software to be installed on the client machine for FTP in spite of the Operating System. I hope that this will help you in any manner. Please reply if you got some other way to do that. Thank you.
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Re: Access files on Mac from anywhere

If you want to connect to your Mac then you will have to identify its address lying on the internet. All computers are allocated an IP address even as online but almost all ISPs will allocate you a "dynamic" IP, that will modify often and by means of no notice as opposed to the "static" IP, that never get modified. If you are lucky enough (otherwise pay additional) to have a stationary IP then there might be some other solution for you but for those who encompass Cable otherwise DSL, you will require a domain name toward pointing to your home Mac to obtain around this trouble.
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Old 10-03-2011
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Re: Access files on Mac from anywhere

I would like to tell you that domain names are registered throughout a domain name registrar company. You can make use of some company you like but for this time, I will be making use of GoDaddy, where fresh domains presently cost $8.95 per year. The domain name that I will be using destined for this case is MyMacAtHome.com. You should go to GoDaddy homepage and search for domain name that you would like to register. If it is accessible then u will come to know about that. GoDaddy will now request you to total "Domain Registration Information? that contains your name, email, etc. This will setup the GoDaddy account for you. Click on ?Continue" when you are finished. If you previously have an account through GoDaddy then you be able to login there and bounce that step.
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Re: Access files on Mac from anywhere

The GoDaddy checkout procedure, "Registration plus Checkout Options", is significant for the reason that they will be updating a number of of the settings for this fresh domain name. They require setup an account by means of a free DNS service. I will be making use of ZoneEdit. The DNS record you are going to setup will inform computers on the 'net where to appear for computer which the domain name is to point to. Once a name types in "MyMacAtHome.com", GoDaddy will request ZoneEdit intended for the IP address for the Mac. So the request can be sent where it is s to go. On ZoneEdit homepage, hit "Free Signup". Complete the information and ensure that "Select Service Option" is put to "Free Trial" and select "Sign Up Now" for setting up the account. You will require ensuring the email to get back your created username as well as password. Then hit on link within the email for login. Once you are logged in then you will be offered by means of a link to "Add Zones".
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Re: Access files on Mac from anywhere

Using one of the numerous web sites which send the Ethernet wake-up packet (like DSL Reports), if the Mac is put to "Wake for Ethernet administrator access" within Energy Saver system pref then you can arouse it distantly. obviously, if you are at the back of a firewall or router, you will require to unlock UDP port 9 and you require to be acquainted with the MAC address. I hear that it does not work through Airport though since the Airport routers would not promote the wake-up packet. Security concerns sideways (for all time something to believe when opening ports), this should be a superior method of keeping access devoid of having to put down the computer completely on every time.
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